Casa Al Sole
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... friends with Alessandro, the vineyard owner, and she called him for us on her cell. God intervenes when you need him most - what are the chances?! Alessandro came and picked us up in Greve and brought us to the beautiful vineyard, Il Santo. Il Santo is beautiful, as is the whole town. Every which way you look is breathtaking! We wandered into town for an early dinner and enjoyed the beauty and magic of this sleepy Tuscan ...
... in the early evening, drinking, Katya and Simone and their son Andreas arrived home. These are Carla's and Forese's son and daughter-in-law and they were very happy to meet us.they invited us in for coffee and ice cream and their English was ok. Talked a lot about wine and vineyards, Italy and Australia lifestyles , our trip. Simone was to be our interpreter when we have dinner with Forese so it was good to meet them first. Very nice people. Andreas was about 7. He was peeling ...
... odd was the number of asian brides and grooms having their wedding photos taken at the lookout. There were at least ten of them!
By this stage we were both really hot and buggered and decided on a gelati to cool us down. I had a taste test of the mint which was like a cold mouthful of toothpaste so opted for the choc chip one instead. On the way back to the hostel we went past the leather markets where Gosling bought a bag and belt for his mum, grabbed ...
... to the GPS lady. Raul, a frequent visitor to Toscana, recommended the towns we visited.
During the ensuing 5 days we will be spending our time leisurely exploring Toscana or Tuscany, a province of Italy with a history dating back to 1350 to 1150 BC. Think Napa Valley but older. This was the breadbasket of ancient Rome. Our intent is to make a number of day trips throughout the northern portion of Tuscany.
We arrived at our home base, ...
... and we didn't know the platform and our train left in 10 minutes. Paul, Xavier and Margs went to buy tickets and I went to find out which platform we would be on. Tickets in hand, we took off, running. Now, while I used to be a really good runner, I am the slowest one in the family these days. Imagine us running through the train station, dodging people, the big kids looking out for the younger ones, trying to get to platform 2E. After what ...