Casprini Da Omero
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... Imagine leaving Chicago at 3pm on a Sunday, that's what it was like. Jammed with people irritated that they will have to work the next day! Needless to say, we got lost trying to find the bus station, which according to Kyle was "only like 100 feet away!" After a few wrong turns and asking a waitress for help, we finally found the bus station. These little places are full of Italians who know what they are doing. Talk ...
... br> As we ate, Simone explained the food, Forese was chattering, Katya was gracious and helped Simone when he struggled with words, Carla was bustling with pans and pots and wooden spoons, and Andrias was still feeding his toy animals and playing with blocks building towers. Through out the evening Andrias would help with the serving. He was a very good kid, not shy, not over the top, just a kid in Nanas house helping with food. Oh yes and he kept our wine class full ...
... Nona kept yelling and pointing to the other car, non stop talking/ yelling/ pointing. Two men walked slowly towards the car , Nona got stuck into them non stop, no breath and kept at going at the other blokes, we said grazie and ciao and she waved and was still going as we drove off. Hilarious.
Then we toddled down the white roads, me trying to direct Steve, got to a sign , both signs were pointing to the right and I crossly said to Steve left, Left, ...
... quite large and we were all packed onto a large bus. This is what we were expecting as we chose the cheapest one we could find (they were generally super expensive). The first stop was at a vineyard about 40 minutes out of Florence where we had a small tour of the inside part and explained why Chianti is so amazing and how they make it. We then got to try all of the different Chianti wines (one white and about 5 reds) and learned about the different types and the government ...
Adjourning to the dining room, we were served the fruits of our labor as shown in the below photos. Each course was paired by a glass of wine from Vicchiomaggio which is a working winery. For dolci, we had biscotti which we dipped in a sweet wine produced there. The lunch was truly a feast in the Castello.
Fatigued from school and lunch, we returned to the Italian version of a Thai ...