Casa Al Sole
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... him back, because I think I can be a worse drunk. Hee hee. But dinner was grand and I definitely recommend something like this.
Home at last , Stefano decided to go for another moonlit walk. Arrrrrrrg he wouldn't stay home, so I thought bugger you , go off and wake up castle or get squished on the blind corner roads.
I stayed home and waited for a thud sound, but it didn't happen.
He returned home a bit hazy wondering why he was outside, silly ...
A restaurant inside the walls of Montefioralle run by mother and son. We had booked earlier in the year too. Trundle up the stone path, past geraniums and hydrangeas of every colour, mangy cats, and found it. Through an archway, a bit dark and scary then it opened up onto a beautiful balcony which over looked Tuscany, but of course. These villages are so steep, the view never ceases to amaze me. We use to order dishes to share, but ...
... for the night. It was mighty good grub, so I got kinda distracted by the food, and stopped worrying about the dirt track.
Next morning, I figured I'd walk along behind the wagon, if he was gonna lose a wheel, break the axle, or have the horse throw a shoe, I was gonna be on the outside, rather than the inside tryin to look out. Walking in the cloud of dust behind the wagon, I was still pleased ...
Time for more exploring and shopping until lunch.....
... of the village was D E D dead. The atmosphere from the September wine festival was severely lacking, and people were not particularly friendly. We stood in the town square where the kids had danced and danced, and we had tasted so many lovely wines, but that was about it. We decided not to stay, and headed on further up the road to Greve in Chianti.
Greve is a much bigger town, but it too was ...