Hotel I Portici
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Hot tub
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... 8211; Grant drove straight into a low metal bollard – the poor blue meanie is now dented all along the passenger side! Fortunately the doors still close – so we won't need to get it repaired until we get back to London.
The trip to our Villa in Tuscany was about four hours, so we stopped at a couple of small towns along the way. This part of Italy is full of medieval towns – all with castles, a church or two and ...
... Went for a drive to find a quiet place to walk – but the local reserve was really overgrown and not much fun. Drove North on the back-roads for about 20 k’s, saw some really nice villages and amazing Tuscan scenery. Back to Anghiari for a walk around the village before settling down for the evening. On the way back we’d seen some big thunderclouds and the occasional flash of lightning – we’d just poured a wine and were talking to ...
... on break/siesta and told me to come back in the afternoon. So I found a grocery store and got stuff for our daily picnic. Bread, meat, olives, pesto, fruit and peppers (we still had cheese left over.) We mixed it up today though and had our picnic at a park down the road along the Greve river, which is a tiny fast moving river that goes right through town. After lunch we played frisbee in the park for quite a while. ...
... or not they have Lamborghini tractors (the shinny silver one) so we then were able to get a few pictures with the other workers. Next, the Food..... we went into the restaurant which is amazing, so cute and quint that it only sat about 40 people, a very family like setting. There happen to a group of mid to late 20's Italian youths that were out for the day on their motorcycles eating and drinking good wine. Everything was ...
... Queen of Sheba and Constantine’s conversion.
Upon returning to La Petraia, it was time to begin our "foraging class." The 165-acre self-sustaining estate is predominantly forest woodland with a small portion designated for vineyard and olive tree cultivation. So, the best way to learn how to cook is to first learn where it is that your food comes from.
Our foraging guide was Guiliano, the resident agronomist and ladies, he is adorable – ...