Vallebuia Country House
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... lost a few times. Typical Italy biking! But finally arrived in this town around noon. Such a great place! The old town consisted of one street - very narrow street - all old cobblestones. Very few people. Interesting little alleyways. Clearly this is not a tourist destination!
We biked down the street - took some pictures - finally found a place for lunch - off on a side street - ...
... White Zinfandel - we still have the pink Berringer stemware to prove it.
Our curiosities satisfied and memory lane well behind us, we were off again to find Certaldo. Arriving at Certaldo, we parked near the funicular station and rode up to the small, pedestrian only streets. By this time it was early evening and once again, we found the streets deserted — we had the town ...
... and after 40 minutes, no taxi. I then went back to the trattoria to ask if they could call a taxi for us (lucky we left a good tip) and we had a taxi n 3 minutes! Got to our accommodation and got settled in.
Day 2 - Thursday. Today was our cooking class, which we had booked at Casanova Di Pescille, where we are staying (an agriturismo stay). Bob and I spent 2 & 1/4 hours making a ...
... it was Sunday and Italian independence day a lot of things were closed. But we did have a bit more of a walking tour and saw the Basilica della Santissima Annunziata (Basilica of the Most Holy Annunciation. The church is most famous for a painting of the Annunciation, which had been begun by one of the monks but abandoned in despair because he did not feel he could create a beautiful enough image, was supposedly completed by ...
... even narrower alleys finally finding the track and continued along the coast to the next village. We both were a little disappointed with the walk as there was so much graffiti and padlocks along the path, which really ruined it and was very unexpected. We got to a tunnel, which was quite pretty from a far however when we walked through it was rather ugly and ruined from all the graffiti. When we finally reached the next village, Manarola, we had come to the conclusion the path ...