Hotel Due Mari
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Monday 10th November
Quiet day today – we hung around Ambra doing financial business and organizing returning our car in a couple of weeks. We also walked down to Pratesi, which is a shoe outlet, and I bought some nice 'sandals' and a matching bag – both nice leather in tan. Good prices! Lunch was at home and after that we drove into Montevarchi – initially to Pradha again – to have a look if there was anything affordable with 50% ...
... them off!
Our tour destination was a small vineyard called Casa Emma tucked in the hills beyond both the lower and upper Greve valleys. Upon arrival our charming guide made sure we would only be there an hour max...traffic on the way back you see...so we sat down and promptly began our tasting overlooking the various sections of the family owned villa and acreage.
Forty minutes later we were relaxed and in love with all of the Chianti Classico varietals and ...
... much trouble. We stayed at a villa that is a winery and producer of olive oil and cheese made from sheep's milk. There are many detached stucco and brick villas throughout their expansive farm property that can accommodate groups as large as 20, and our unit was very spacious with 3 bedrooms, a large eating/living area and kitchen. The views from each window enabled us to be surrounded by the lovely scenery, gardens and take in ...
... and Guiseppina, and taken upstairs to meet Elena. What a beautiful place! We have a villa here in the hamlet, called villa oliviera which overlooks the vineyards and the rolling hills of Chianti. Our building was a barn in a previous life and has a kitchen, living area downstairs and bedroom and bathroom upstairs. It is typical Tuscany- divine.
We wandered into the village of San Sano for dinner at a quaint little restaurant ...
... br> Florence is flat - no steep stairs and walkways so our legs got a bit of a rest today.
We entered by the Porto Romana (one of the gates). On entering you see the vehicle restriction sign with a camera. Going beyond this point without a permit costs 100 Euros. The fine applies every time you go through the gates in the city.
The initial part of the walk was through a neighborhood where ordinary people live. Once past that ...