Castello di Querceto
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... br> Feeling very relaxed we made our way back to the station to catch the bus only to find we had no idea where the bus left from. The bus bay we had alighted from in the morning had no bearing on the return trip.
After several laps of the bus bays on both sides of the road, then some questions we were told our bus line left from the other side of the station. Once thru the station, and still no buses in sight another person told me the bus was down a ...
... and our waiter had picked a very expensive wine with their own label on it). Lesson learned.
When we leave to head home we decide to take a different route back and if possible this road is even smaller, almost a goat track in some places and this is very high, hilly terrain and it is very slow going. Once we reach Sambuca we see an autostrade sign and after a few attempts to find the entrance we are on a freeway and racing for home, no more super scenic routes for us.
... looking for a B & B, (of course we couldn't find one until after we checked into a hotel) had us stay in a handy local near everything. Going for a long walk to get our bearings had us end up in one of the many piazzas, enjoying yet another bottle of wine, soaking up the atmosphere of this wonderful city. An early start the next day to get some much needed washing done, had us ready and rearing for a big day of discovering ...
Beautiful morning...eating a slow breakfast and watching CNBC news. We decided to take the C1 over to the Mercato Centrale...the big market. We got to the bus stop behind the Uffizi and a little old lady was having fits and yelling at the time schedule and looking at her watch...we should have run away right then....but noooooo, we just stood there and waited. C1 did come along but somehow seeing the sign ...
... and rip it apart for God knows how long. It is unlikely that the place would be open even now. Agriturismo or agriculture tourism makes this nice villa possible. The government gives a tax break to keep these places open, with the stipulation that some percent of their earnings comes from running the land. This villa, like many of the others, grows grapes and olives and sell the wine and oil. All of this was of little interest to the kids, as the pool felt ...