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Loved the views. Good home cooking in the restaurant
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We took a bus to the first winery in the Tuscan hills called Altesino. Then we went to another winery For a delicious 3 course meal! We started with salami, cheese and bread and then soup and finishing with a delicious lasagna! After the wonderful lunch we got to spend some time in San Gimgino Walking around, and we got more gelato! It was a very welcomed feeling to be heading back on the bus back to ...
... English. He went away only to return and asked to see our documents. "Oh, our passports! Why didn’t you ask?" He probably had. We handed over our paperwork and he reviewed the passports in detail, looking at every page and studying all of the immigration stamps. Apparently not finding what he was looking for, he handed us back our paperwork and said OK to leave. We asked if we could take a picture to memorialize ...
... and an umbrella for uh, free (well they never asked us to pay, we're still not sure how the system works).
We were sorry to finally leave, as close by there was the biggest national park in Italy, with a lot of walking trails, beautiful scenery and endangered species (both plants and animals), however we had to move as we were booked into Sicily - I'm also not sure whether our hotel would have coped with these questions as apparently there is very little transport to the ...
Well we successfully made it to Italy. We landed on the southern coast, and as it turns out in August most italians are taking there vacation and where do the go...the southern coast. This has made things insanely crowded and expensive. We are spending the night here in a B&B, then tomorrow working our way up the coast to a larger city of some kind. I feel as though when paying attention I understand about 70% of the Italian I ...
... in the shopfront next door. So window shopping becomes quite an arduous and time consuming past time.
We lap up the sunshine and eat in an outdoor cafe. We go to a museum that has recreated San Gimigniano as it was in the 13th century, model size in ceramic. It's fascinating to hear the history of this city and how the powerful families built towers to try ...