Vallebuia Country House
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... was almost there
Barbara and I biked the rest of the way together - we're a pretty good match. Did pretty well although we did get tired of constantly biking uphill. And Barbara got literally pushed off the road by a large bus! Narrow roads at times! Some of it steep as in 12 percent grade! I kind of thought my stem was a little crooked and when I finally got off my bike at the end of ...
... to a small wine museum that educated us on the locally grown and bottled "Vernaccia" white wine. Having done our research beforehand, we had already bought a bottle at the grocery store for only 2 euros.
The village's panoramic viewpoint was breathtaking. All of the images you can conjure up of Tuscany was right there in front of us. The rolling hills and endless rows of grapevines, with a ...
... have been prepared and bought a picinic to take in as there are no facilities and we had to throw out our water bottles to get into the Uffizi.There are water fountains to drink at.
After heading out for some lunch we did a quick whip around the inside of the palace. Another big, beautiful building with more art. The modern art section was not quite our idea of modern, still very old by Australian art standards. The works in the Palace are not as impressive as those ...
... and the best of the similar villages. As we drive into the town we can see what a good position it was in for defensive purposes. ( see photo, which shows some of the 14 towers on the walls). The streets are very narrow and the whole town is a photographer's dream. (Photo of me all rugged up!) Bob hasn't become a typical Italian driver - yet - only two scratches on the car on the first day! Our driving has been mostly in ...
... 1 liter of house wine. Skip the 1/2 carafe, you can only save so much without sacrificing a fun vacation.
3. Don't let anyone tell you that June is a comfortable month in Italy. It's hot.
4. But a good defence to #3 is Limoncelo.
It was good to see that we passed on one Italian tradition to a young couple at dinner. They were not familiar with Limoncelo. Well after the introduction, you could see that they had made a new friend.