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... looking forward to finding out what makes this region unique. From this view you do see the rolling hills and vineyards, with whitewashed country estates peeking out from the hilltops... I continue on, through a large park... then back into the heart of the city where there's a cathedral plaza with a clock tower and Verona style brickwork designs on the tops of the buildings. Overall, a noble feel to this city--definitely worth the side trip. But now let's get back to the ...
... windy so it got delayed and delayed, Sunday morning was going to be our last chance. I’ll put you out of your suspense now – it never happened which was a real disappointment. But we’ll get up for one in the very near future.
Anyway moving down to Montepulciano turned out to be a great decision, we arrived early in the morning and were able to walk around town and take in all the sights before checking into the hotel Granducto for a ...
... cheese gnocchi with either potato or pear pieces (they were tiny and fell apart in my mouth, plus the cheese dominated the flavor so I never could pick it out). Justin had some seafood gnocchi in a red sauce, but I still don't know if it was crab or what. All I tasted was the fishy flavor (I've noticed that anything seafood is very fishy here. I think it's normal) in the tomato sauce. Both dishes were great and we even squeezed in a limoncello ...
Today we hopped on the train to Florence, for those unfamiliar with the Italian rail system, make sure you validate your ticket by having it stamped in an obscure yellow machine on the platform before you board.Fortunately we had read about this, otherwise the guard can get a bit nasty. In an hour or so we were in the middle of Firenze, the first stop (after 1/2 hour queue) was ...
... the Western, industrialised portion of Florence. We eventually exited towards Chianti and began our winding journey along the very narrow, curving road (there's a reason Italians drive small cars) towards our lodging. We passed through the small towns of San Donato and Castellano and alongside Radda and Grevé. After about an hour, we turned onto a white gravel and sand road which runs through the forest – rounding the bend at the end of this ...