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Travel Blogs from Panzano
All good, found the car and our luggage was intact, so we left Bologna and headed for our home for the next three nights. Although our plan was originally going to be to wing the next three days I just couldn't do it, so from Venice I found an apartment in a villa close to Modena and central to everything we wanted to do, so I booked it. Driving out of Bologna was interesting as we past numerous scantily clad ladies in very high ...
... family, it was the most expansive garden of its time and very unusual due to the large walkways/paths and views overlooking the city. I walked for a couple hours and still didn't cover it all. It was a beautiful sunny afternoon and I had a peaceful departure from this memorable city. I was now sad to have to leave Firenze. I returned to my hotel, collected my backpack and headed for the Stazione Centrale. it was a 20 minute walk from my hotel to the Stazione and I had a ...
... power .The towers are now 700 years old but they dont look that old since they have been well perserved.Since you are not aloud to drive in the centre , it is lovely to walk and hear the bells . The San Gimignano City Of Towers are in a little village that is older than 700 years old , it is perched on a little hill , with extradentary view of the country side and bush land i also enjoyed the smells that were of flowers , plants and trees it was like ...
... 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!
Other places to stay in Panzano
Via San Leolino 19, Panzano | 4 star hotelfrom $304
Via Case Sparse, 56, Panzano | 3 star hotelfrom $148
Via S. Leolino 59, Panzano | 3 star hotelfrom $123
Piazza Bucciarelli 5, Panzano | Hotelfrom $197