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(Written yesterday, Monday)
We picked olives today from 8am to 1:30pm. A short day in terms of hours, but very long in terms of weather which did not go our way. Somebody made the Gods angry.
It was dry to start, but then it started sprinkling. An argument ensued about whether to continue because we didn't want to have wet olives sitting in ...
... medieval village called Monteriggioni. This was quite large, and within the walls there were multiple craft and art shops, with some great bits and pieces, oh for that empty suitcase....... Enjoyed a gelati, before our drive back to Chiocchio (our village)
Headed back into Greve for dinner - mine was the stand out dish - slow roasted wild boar in red wine sauce - bellisimo!!
Sent from my ...
... one of the few places open for dessert and wine. Apparently it is not common or accepted to go to a restaurant just for dessert. Our waiter talked to the manager and received his approval, but he was still none too happy. Oh well. We had our chocolate cake, a glass of wine, paid our €15, apologized again and said we will return tomorrow.
P.S. We have no plans to return tomorrow. We are going to Castello di Verrazzano, and then to ...
... over the limit someone will try and run you off the road)
3. There seem to be three types of rural road here; the small highways (70 or 90 kph), the main highways (90 or 110kph) and the Autostradas with 130kph speed limits
4. The idea of any sort of routine highway maintenance seems to be quite alien; we’re not sure if;
a. They just don’t bother doing anything at all
b. They try to fix the roads but just ...
... her parents since the end of August. He showed us around and how everything worked (things aren't like home) but we were very impressed with our surroundings. Our home is huge compared to where we stayed in Venice and larger than Manarola. We have two bedrooms with a bathroom each, a large family sized kitchen with all the amenities, and a living room. No TV. We are enjoying the peace and doing lots of reading . Both on ...