Vallebuia Country House
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... onto the bus, and onwards to the next farm, where the owners wife gave us a tour of the farm and explained how the wine is produced. I can't lie, I didn't understand all that much, other than that the massive great barrels have to be cleaned by hand, which means a very small person climbing inside and scrubbing (not a fun job)! It was also quite difficult to hear what she was saying as she was very softly spoken with a very thick accent! It did ...
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Meanwhile, Cyndy, Dave, and I cycled on from Certaldo to San Gimignano . . A wonderful road that traversed the countryside . . Most of it climbing - but a nice gentle climb that you could really enjoy! :-). We reached San Gimignano fairly early - before the tour buses arrived - carrying the hoards of tourists! This place gets crazy busy? We walked our bikes up into the main ...
Today we left Florence early to head toward Rome. First we stopped at San Gigimano, a walled, Medieval town. It was beautiful! We had a chance to taste the best gelato in the world (they won a contest), and to climb the 54m(218 steps) to the top of the largest intact tower to see the views. It was breathtaking. After some free time to try wild boar sandwiches, and do a bit of shopping, we headed to Assasi. Assasi, the home of the ...
Summer mornings in Florence are beautiful. It's too early for the tourist groups to be organized, so it's just locals and us this morning. We ate breakfast at a little place a few streets away, and on the way passed a Boticelli fresco that was on the side of a random building, unlabeled but signed (forgot to take a picture, sadly). All the croissants are honey-glazed here, which is a bit strange.
After breakfast we walked ...
Today was our trip to Greve and San Gimigiano. Greve had a lot of places to go shopping. It was similar to the open market in Florence. I was able to get some nice gifts for my people back home and of course I did some shopping for myself. I mean thats what women do when there are clothes, shoes, and accessories for sale right? And after shopping, came the eating. Dr Tyson and other professors in the institute had been bragging on this sandwich called a ...