Castello di Querceto
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Woke up to rain today so I spent most of the morning snoozing on the couch. We needed to go to town (Greve) to arrange postage for shopping back to Perth so decided to grab a quick takeaway lunch and come back to the villa. G would do some study and I would nap.
After sorting the postage, we spotted a hot guy so followed ...
... br> The meats and honey were served with wedges of hard cheese and the biggest fresh figs I have ever seen. Very close to the size of a tennis ball. These were from Forese's trees and were the first pick of the season that morning. We were pretty full then but we had a billion courses to go.
The mixture of the cured meats, fresh fruits, cheeses hard and soft and honey were a patchwork of fun and flavours.
Before we ate, Forese came in with a wine bottle ...
... there. Trot back to the bus stop and confirm the bus was the right one with the man who said 20 mts, so I was concerned but got on. Pushed ticket in machine and found a seat for the 1 hour trip. Recognised some of the areas as we drove through them yesterday, closer to the city I was all confused. Got concerned when only me and two others were left on the bus, even my man had deserted me at the last stop. So I move to the front and asked ...
... people (again, Americans) who were talking not to talk on her tour! 'If you come to my shop, you will listen to me' type thing - she was awesome. She explained that this is how you should eat/drink oil every time and most people in Italy do and that we could expect it to be ok to start but as it goes down we would feel a deep burning sensation in the back of our throats. She said she would be surprised if we didn't cough. 15 seconds later we had a full room of people trying not ...
... to the GPS lady. Raul, a frequent visitor to Toscana, recommended the towns we visited.
During the ensuing 5 days we will be spending our time leisurely exploring Toscana or Tuscany, a province of Italy with a history dating back to 1350 to 1150 BC. Think Napa Valley but older. This was the breadbasket of ancient Rome. Our intent is to make a number of day trips throughout the northern portion of Tuscany.
We arrived at our home base, ...