Relais La Belluccia
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... processes but also in their allure. In terms of setting the first was what you picture in your mind, but the second was much better organized and up on the newer ways of making wine. It didn't hurt that our sommelier was like the hottest Italian man I'd seen yet, wow. Talk to me and pour me wine all day, any day, thank you VERY much! We also got to visit the old fort built by the Siennise to defend themselves against Florence and in doing so felt the on going ...
... we got taxi, no way could we have walked this distance. Train pulled in on time, and there weren't that many people on our 1st class carriage, and after arriving in La Spezia, 3 stops away, we disembarked and Orna & I took the lift with the suitcases but apparently ( we didn't know) your supposed to keep your finger on the up or down button ( depending on which way you want to go) well we didn't and we got stuck halfway, so ...
... Back to the Museo Galleleo ( science museum) and then back to the B & B via the Centrale Market. We happened across a Piazza (Republica) where a young lady was entertaining the passersby with beautiful operatic solos. There we sat for a few songs before buying lunch items for tomorrow. Back to our room, cultured out , we booked a tour of the Chianti region for Monday and then to dinner at a trattoria right ...
... well worth the view and Jessie has some good photos. We then went into the cathedral which was,again, lovely
was getting late so headed back to the apartment and decided to have tea in a restaurant across the road and goodness...the jems that are in your own backyard. The food was beautiful and we had already decided we wanted to come back tomorrow only to have our spirits dashed by being told that they close on Sundays.
Day 267 4 hrs, 11.7 kms Day Totals: 16 hrs, 34.7 Finally up ahead looks like I'm going to have a break from what has been a rather dry day. Perched on a hilltop is a beautiful castle village. I follow the winding road up to the pass, where I find a shortcut up the hill where I can check out this special spot. It's perfect: it's got the twisted alleyways... ...