Castello di Querceto
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- Swimming pool
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... so we had an aperitif and watched the wine festival visitors. We then returned for the third time to our favorite restaurant, Gallo Nero. Another fantastic meal, although there was a large group of drunk, loud, obnoxious Americans who I found very annoying. Oh well, not everyone is perfect.
Back home to pack and an early night.
... and flavoured differently for the different courses. Ahhhhhhh. Right. So when I go the deli , Crisp on Creek, I will understand why there are so many different sorts of l loaves. She said they don't use salt or yeast in the bread to suit traditional dishes.
Then different bread again and Carla showed us to dip the clove of garlic in olive oil and rub on the bread. I know I have done this before, but it makes sense to experience it in a traditional way. Forense ...
... myself and started to fill in the paperwork. The silver BMW was parked out front like an aircraft carrier next to the mopeds. Now had to wait for Ricardo, the owner/mechanic to fill the bike with oil ? Strange, I thought it would of been ready to go. But this is Italy ! After about 30 minutes he arrived, caught in traffic, in a massive van. He uses the van to deliver bikes to Vesper Tours in Tuscany. Ricardo was friendly and spoke ...
... tickets for Saturday to see arty stuff and Anna (who owns the hotel were are staying at) organised for us (ie meg dan and me) to do a cooking class in Tuscany tomorrow.....pasta making ... And I think it involves wine tasting / sipping ...and may involve some swallowing!! I have attached some photos taken from the train this morning. Weather: Hot sunny Bye for now ...
... spacious with a living room, little kitchen, bathroom and bedroom with private entry and ideal as a home base for day trips.
Vignamaggio is located about 3 miles from SR 222, up a hill, along a narrow road in a very rural area with nothing but vineyards, Tuscan cypress and forests. There are very few structures and where there are any, they had the architecture of centuries past. Below is a photo taken from our front porch.
This is supposedly ...