Travel Blogs from Montespertoli
... folk bottled some vinegar and fed it to us, it was rancid! The 4 of us have NEVER left booze, we didn't finish one bottle! It was Shyte! We realised after that we were on a backpackers tour, i guess we are snobby cause we dont want to ******** for dinner. But the rest of the day was really great and all the other food in Florence was delicious. Now J will take over; Everyone takes photos of nice things, no one takes pictures of the slums. There were slums and lots of them. ...
... the beginning of one of our bigger fights, which included yelling in the streets of Florence and having many people stare at us. Finally making it to the game, I was tired, couldn't see the screen and not talking to my best friend. Safe to say, not one of the better nights as Italy went on to lose 4-0. And the night continued to get worse. As we tried to make our way back to the hotel, making wrong turn after wrong, we spent 2 and ...
... olive oil and salt), prosciutto ham and some incredibly soft cheese. Whilst we were savouring the taste sensation we were given an introduction to the wine regulations and standards of the Chianti region. This includes the Doc-G accreditation and the Black Rooster label – both of which ensure that the bottled wine meets an excellent standard that is guaranteed. A true Sangiovese wine must have no less than 85% Sangiovese ...
... in the heart of Tuscany.
We spent 3 nights in Florence, in a B&B – Casa di Mina– situated in an exclusive treed neighbourhood a 20 min bike ride or downhill walk into the heart of town (and a heart pounding uphill return designed to burn the carbo loading at the end of the day). Casa di Mina is a lovingly restored historic residence owned by an architect and his family. There are trade offs for staying out of town. While on a ...
... stage), so I ask her "What's your conspiracy theory on the deer, dear?" Italian radio is still not working for us as you can see. Even I know I shouldn't go any further with this story!
Other than that, today we visited a bunch of towns which were uneventful but all pretty in their own way, and it was a reasonably leisurely day after all of Florence all in one day! That was trying but well worth the trip (Gosh, I'd give up Florence for another week ...
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