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... A small walled village but beautifully kept with very narrow lanes and tall stonewalled houses.
While in Greve we had walked past a small shop where the owner had just finished making his fresh pasta for the day, so dinner for us was fresh Picci pasta with a seafood sauce and salad, back in the apartment.
Friday being our last day in this beautiful part of Tuscany we booked a special lunch at the highly recommended Sant'Agnese Farm. What ...
The most interesting part of packing and getting ready this morning was eating something that looked like an orange. It even smelt like an orange, and felt like an orange…but did it taste like an orange? No way! The sad thing is though, we hardly find anything healthy while we're travelling, so we just kept eating it!
The apartment is in such a central location that we could walk to the Doge’s Palace in about five minutes. The architecture was really ...
... them filling up the doorway and kind of acting as bouncer. Meg just smiled and went in right past her, and I did my best to look bored by the proceedings and followed her. The bouncer-lady let us in, and we walked through a hallway into a sort of waiting-area lounge where there were two bartenders (one for champagne and one for mixed drinks) and small crowd of people that all seemed to know each other and be wearing expensive clothes. Waitstaff kept going in and out ...
... course the famous Leaning Tower. So once set up we were off to explore. As it happened the train station is between the site and the town so we popped in to find out about tickets to Lucca and Florence, and it turns out its quite reasonable as Florence is only about an hour away. We were fortunate to visit both Pisa and Florence when we came here in 2005, we said then we would love to come back and spend some quality time here as last time it was part of a coach trip and ...
... yesterday. In Italy many restaurants charge €2 for bread as a matter of course. Skipping lunch, we drove through the narrow roads of Chianti and visited three hill towns over 4-1/2 hours: Castellini, Radda and Volpaia. Castellini is the smallest of the three towns but it may be the oldest dating back to Etruscan times. There seemed to be just one old main street lined with little shops. We stopped by a wine bar ...