Castello di Querceto
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... friends with Alessandro, the vineyard owner, and she called him for us on her cell. God intervenes when you need him most - what are the chances?! Alessandro came and picked us up in Greve and brought us to the beautiful vineyard, Il Santo. Il Santo is beautiful, as is the whole town. Every which way you look is breathtaking! We wandered into town for an early dinner and enjoyed the beauty and magic of this sleepy Tuscan ...
... he wanted to show us stuff too. We stepped outside to his courtyard, kiss kiss, and wow. The little courtyard was no bigger than a garage. The border around the courtyard was packed with terra cotta urns with massive perfect citrus trees, mainly lemon, and pots of herbs, basil, parsley, sage, strawberries, lavender. All the plants were picture perfect, not a caterpillar or leaf curl or chewed anything. No spots on the fruit, awesome. Totally chemical free of course. In the middle ...
... showed us where he lived, and through a passer by interpreter with a group of clients, he let us know there was a local market on in Greve today. Great , we will call in on our way out.
Not much at the markets, nothing locally made, much like markets at home really, good for locals, not for tourists.
We were really looking forward to today as we are having lunch at a restaurant we went to last time, Ristoro Di Lamole pronounced La-mol-lay. It is the ...
... a good night as we had very heavy rain and thunder in the small wee hours, so it did not bode well for today. Following breakfast and a little bit of admin we caught the train to the nearby town of Lucca. This is a medieval walled town. On arrival we thought we would forego our usual visit to the tourist information as due to the time it would no doubt be closed. We roughly followed a tourist walk and visited a couple of churches which had some magnificent artwork and ...
The unanticipated, 30th annual, Firenze half marathon forced us to sleep late, have a nice breakfast in the breakfast room, pack leisurely and leave the hotel about 12:30 PM. After a short cab ride to the Hertz place, we picked-up our car and trusty GPS and headed south toward Greve. My colleague, Raul, had cautioned me about the round-abouts but, nevertheless, I took the wrong turn and went a different route but later joined SR 222, aka Chiantigiagna Road ...