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Travel Blogs from Panzano
... John starts laughing and tells Deb that the guy had told him "sir, you have to get off that train!" We assume now that it was a commuter line and its service ended in that little town. So the correct train arrives as scheduled and we get on it, thinking our excitement, which Deb could have done without, is over.....wrong!! Once the train starts moving, it doesn't speed up, and for about 10 minutes we travel at the speed of walking! What the heck? We are supposed to be in ...
... was supposed to have salads but didn't. This area is know for its pork which neither Susan nor I eat. But we each found something to eat. After lunch we hiked from Greves to our inn in Panzano (in Tuscany...apparently there are a lot of Panzanos in Italy). It was not long before the group headed in the wrong direction but Raphael rounded them up. As we started to pass vineyards it did not take long before we began ...
On Wednesday we drove to Greve in Chianti, about a mile away and we had lunch, walked around, went to the wine museum, bought stuff. We wandered around the square and learned that there was to be a protest of some kind in the late afternoon. It seems that somneone wants to build a large incinerrator in the area and the cditizens are against it. Time will tell what happens.
Assisi will be next on the list of places to visit. More to come!
... Jersey Floor". It's hilarious.
Sunday, something very eventful happened...Megan tried a kabob! There was an unknown meat and sprouts on it, but she was brave and found out it was pretty tasty. After our lunch adventure, we went to Lucca, a small town an hour train ride outside of Florence. It has a huge wall built around it, like a fortress. We wandered into the town and found a church built in the 1100s! It was absolutely amazing the detail that went ...
... are breeded (some roots actually come from America) and about how different olive oils are produced. We got to go into a beautiful, local church located at the top of Panzano and admired the view from the top.
We then went into the actual home of the ancient noble Sassolini family, where the actual Sassolini's give us an amazing home cooked meal and let us taste the different kinds of wine they produce. This meal really gave us a taste ...
Other places to stay in Panzano
Via San Leolino 19, Panzano | 4 star hotelfrom $252
Via Case Sparse, 56, Panzano | 3 star hotelfrom $142
Via S. Leolino 59, Panzano | 3 star hotelfrom $116
Piazza Bucciarelli 5, Panzano | Hotelfrom $197