Azienda Agricola Torre Alberghieri
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... and chatted with the sexy men in black . Was fun, then back on the bike and zoom zoom as we hadn't made it to our first destination yet.
Back with Ken we were very high up following the mountain range. Beautiful views but still rainy, just light drizzle at times, not really rain. Needed a coffee so stopped at a fairly deserted town. The streets were empty but we could see bar-signs. A big man walking a little dog showed us a coffee shop which was full ...
... zucchini flowers, eggs, and more. We chatted down there for a bit admiring everything. Very interesting. He had barrels of vincento and talked about the how old they were as we'll as the barrels of olive oil. Grand.
Kiss kiss to all cheeks, and a very full and fat Womby and Goldy giggled and oooed and arrrrhhhhed all the way home, creeping through the cobbled lanes trying not to be loud to wake the locals. We probably failed with the locals.
What a beautiful evening. Xxx ...
... was Greve which is often considered the gateway into Chianti from Florence and vice versa. The town has a very interestingly shaped main square which we would actually describe as a triangle. The square houses a market on the weekends and probably during the week in summer but it went on today so we just took a wander through the shops. There is a tuscan butchers shop that had been there since 1729 and you see all the meats hanging in there through the windows. Outside ...
Today we do some further exploring in beautiful Florence to find the real David, and later we will seek to find out more about the di Medici family.....
There seems to be - not counting the fridge magnets and other tacky souvenirs - three significant David's in this city; a replica in the Piazza della Signoria, the original location of the masterpiece; another one high on Piazzalle Michellanglo overlooking the city;
and finally the ...
... can you imagine a big church in Florence? Anyhoo, there was a large grassy area across from the church, a lovely place for a bench or two for weary travelers to rest their ****. Guess what...no benches. We did find a small cafe and drank a couple of pretty good beers. Time came to catch the bus, we paid our tab, and went to the toilette. I went first, tried to shut the door, and there was no knob or lock. So I began to pee, lo and behold some ...
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