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... s not weird). He led us downstairs to a hidden Enoteca Falorni. We were soon distracted by the wines for tasting and the food platters. No idea where the guy went! Ended up spending a few hours there and a few euros.
Mid afternoon we drove back up the hill to home and both had a Nanna nap.
It was our last night ...
... dust. He was brushing of the dust, turning the bottle in the light, opened it, smelt the cork. Looked at the bottle again through the light, was talking rapidly with Simone and pored it into a decanter. So that was interesting.
We were drinking a lighter red at first, a refresher I think they called it . Andrias kept our glasses full. Good boy !
The bread was interesting. Each dish was served with different bread. Katya explained the breads were ...
... and she confirmed the station was the next stop. Lucky, as I thought I was on my way to Fiesole again.
Found my bearings with the city map and off past the city bus depot, remembering from last time. Down the same one way street and in about twenty minutes found 30 IL Prato , the bike shop. There was just a medieval doorway with a long room the width of the front door, all the bikes were parked on the road and foot ...
... at the spicyness in their throats - was pretty funny. Although I didn't mind it I think I much prefer it with a dab of bread. Delicious. Next was the wine and while the whole room was told to wait to try it until everyone to had a glass the weird girl from before sculled hers like a hero and then started on about how good it was. WAHHHH
Dad ended up buying a bottle of that because it was very good and we all hoped back back on the bus ready to head back again. The whole tour ...
... Via Petriolo, 5, Greve in Chianti after about an hour drive. Our hotel is a working winery and described at www.vignamaggio.it/English/HTML. I took a photo of Margaret with the scenic valley as a back drop. This Villa was first established in the 14th century.
We shared a local cheese and salami plate with a half order of pappardelle and beef for lunch at Vignamaggio's restaurant, then checked into the apartment we rented. It is away from the main ...