Antico Podere Propano
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Tuesday I could get used to being on holidays! Another day of glorious weather for touring, culinary experiences and golf in Italy. Great sleep at last. The property is a rustic old two story farm building, built around an enormous courtyard. The courtyard is now grass with a gravel border, and our room has French doors opening out to it. Comfy …
Monday Up and ready to hit the road out of Peille by 8.30. A slightly easier conversation with Dennis this time, helped by our new translator app called 'I Translate'. He asked what we did in Australia, how we found it driving, and was touched that we had bought him a plant...grovelling for the inconvenience we caused! He was quite friendly. Has a …
... taste some grapes straight from the vine. After a walk through the grounds we took a quick look at the machinery that would be put to use once the harvest starts in a couple of weeks and then it was down to the caves where the wine is stored and aged. Much like the caves on our Champagne tours (although on a much smaller scale) these caves are used to store the large oak barrels used to age the wine and then also used to store the inventory ...
... 8217;s car have helped me to get a better understanding of how the road ‘rules’ work. I still don’t understand them, but I can now see some semblance of order amongst the madness. The convoluted intersections are a debacle at best, but careful observation has revealed a methodology that seems to work reasonably well. The rules may not make a lot of sense to non-Italians, but the drivers ...
... been like all those years ago filled with Romans screaming for their favourite gladiators.
We then re-traced out steps through Via Giuseppe Mazzini which led us to the market place in Piazza Delle Erbe and the famed Casa di Giulietta (House of Juliet), which is believed to be the home of the Cappello/ Capulet family from Romeo & Juliet fame (never mind that it is a fictional ...