Hotel Villa Campomaggio Resort & Spa
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking rooms
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... for a little spot for a picnic lunch. As it was a warm day we were looking for some trees and on first pass we saw a park but ended up going right through the town and onto the next before turning around. We found a parking spot, set out clock ( we had 30 mins this time) and sat in a park for our picnic. As we were there we noticed a lot of people going up into a square. We decided to follow. Set our clock again and went in. It was the main square of Greve, we had ...
... being made. There's an evening meal for us somewhere in this shop!
Next we visit the shop of the Conti family, established in 1929. The Conti's literally sell every Italian gastronomic delight imaginable. Here we are treated to a series of tastings, with Nat explaining the intricacies and nuances of all that is put before us. We sample different kinds of crostini, various cheeses, pates, meats, wines, olive oils, balsamics, ...
... of the night. The streets are so narrow and buildings so close to each other that everyone knows what everyone else is doing, or having for dinner. The smells are a delicious mixture of meats and bread tempting your hunger. And, of course all the cigarette smoke adds to the aroma. :-) The Piazza San Gaetano just meters away from my apartment boasts a few very delectable pastry shops. I should have taken photos. The cakes are magnificent. And they are not ...
... at the head of a raised overhang on one corner of the Piazza, looking down at the crowd, it's quite imposing. Apparently THAT statue was put there by the Medici in reverse to the David. "If you **** with us, this will happen to you." Gotta love politics.
I'm not sure they've changed much, honestly.
Once we left the Piazza we more or less went home, with a detour to the market which closed just before we got there (a few merchants were still boxing ...
... know what we were eating! So at 7 pm we walked down to the village tower we we had arranged with Internet Jack to meet our hoss. We didn't want to drive because wine was supplied with the dinner.
Unknown to us, all the hosts knew was that we were tourists at Il Cascino, so they had driven up to pick us up while we had taken a pedestrian short-cut around the village. To cut a long story short, we eventually met up eventually.......not too many people ...