Casprini Da Omero
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... rarely get all 4 wheels in the white lines of the parking bays. Close enough is good enough. Then there are cars parked in areas not made for parking, it looks like they may have run out of petrol, but they are parked. You really need to see this to believe it, so when you get to Italy, have a look at every street corner. In Melbourne, you would be towed away.
And for those of you wondering, the Fiat Punto made it up the hill in first gear and a good run up.
... behind the counter thought we wanted a room for the night. He showed steve the B & B sign on the front window. Woops what have we done, maybe big man with little dog had something to do with that. Lots of hand gestures and broken English/ Italian and smiles all around we left. Hope we didn't upset anyone. Big storm hit us going up the next section, very misty and cold. Very windy roads but not slippery or hard to ride on, says the bike man. ...
... front moved in blowing over 40 knots from the South. It was very interesting being on a scooter in that wind!
We wound our way up and down switchbacks and found ourselves at a Castle with a vineyard. Some grapes, warmed by the afternoon sun, were harvested by Mary Beth....delicious. No wine tasting, the switchbacks were making us dizzy already.
... which was so nice. In a car our evening walk transformed into an 8 minute flight up the hill.
Volterra was worth the visit and we felt that it would have been better to have had one more day there to see the museum or other Etruscan artefacts or countryside instead of our rushed half day.
We took a bus and then a train to Firenze or Florence where I persuaded Vern to take a later connection to Orvieto so we could duck into the city to see the ...
... some wine tasting? Definitely. So off we went, riding a slightly dilapidated, seriously oversold and very hot bus through the hills of Tuscany to Greve.
This year marks the 42nd annual Chianti Classico festival in Greve, so this is a well-run, organized and very popular event. This is not just a show put on for the tourists, this is an Italian event. Some 60-odd producers of Chianti were gathered in the main piazza offering not ...