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... through Chianti. The choice was simple - Chianti of course!
The drive was spectacular with the autumn season turning the leaves . It was just as I have seen in paintings .The landscape interspersed with large palatial Villas, vineyards , olive groves ,rolling hills .
We reached Siena at 1.15pm and spent a bit of time searching for a car park . With a healthy appetite we headed for ...
... We were allowed to park outside the front door, felt like the Queen only couldn't get out of car very well as crammed too much with our luggage!!!! Saw La Ferrari before going to Restaurant Montana which had been recommended to us. Drivers and Ferrari fans go there. We were told we did not need to book but it was obvious it was popular once we arrived. Told us no table but we pleaded and they relented. You know when a place is popular when there is no menu, they just tell you ...
... but it would have tons of hills. We expected to go 80-100 km or so and then take the train the rest of the way. This way we get the beauty of the area, but also stay on our new schedule.
Sidenote: Since I don't read what the other guys have been posting, I wanted to address our change in course. We initially planned to go to Florence and then the east coast of Italy, take a ferry to Greece, bike to Athens and then fly to Amsterdam...but, we realized none of us speak Greek, ...
... as it should be today. The rain gets heavier and the temperature drops as we pound the ‘vias’ ticking off the sights interspersed with cups of hot chocolate. Eventually as cold, wet & bedraggled tourists we arrive at the concert venue an hour early: just to rest and warm up a little. And what a concert: there’s a pianist, tenor and soprano – and we are treated to an hour of the most ...
... is divided into two parts by the little stream with the same name. We crossed that stream (don’t remember seeing any water) earlier tonight looking for a place to have supper. We found a rather quaint little (read narrow) pizzeria with a very pleasant proprietor (let's call him Guido) who treated us just like the locals that crowded his eatery. The food was good and plentiful! We are on our way to Venice tomorrow!