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Travel Blogs from Arezzo
... shops as they were about to close for the early afternoon and came across this lovely little deli where we bought picnic supplies of cheese from the biggest cheese block we had ever seen - see pictures; a chicken and some feta filled peppers. We also walked down to see the fields and views across the hills including our little Castel Voplaia. Then we drove through Panzano in chianti as we are planning to visit it on another day and went to Greve said ' ...
... escorted to the villa. In the meantime, Fabio (the owner) had managed to get his English speaking friend to come over – so once we got here we were able to work through all the details.
The plan from here is that we will just relax, soak up the sun, have a few siestas and go on a couple of day trips – we are right in between Florence and Siena. But I suspect getting everyone (myself included) away from the pool will prove ...
Did some grocery shopping – we’ve decided we’re going to do heaps of cooking here (that’s Andy-speak for “Glenda is going to do lots of cooking here”) and fill up on vege’s. Groceries are pretty cheap – although maybe that’s just comparing with eating out every night which we have been doing….
Sunday was a really relaxing day – up late, did laundry and lazed around outside until ...
... knowledgeable about the area and history.
We had our first stop at Castello Vicchiomaggio and had a look around the castle which was lovely before tasting their wines. Eugenio explained a lot about the history of the area which was great. We tasted some lovely wines but only purchased which was a very different rosata . Cant buy too much too quickly.
Next winery was Villa Vignamaggio which is owned by a Florence family. ...
... has an accent – a Hungarian accent, not an American one! Unfortunately, I am limping along in my very poor Italian (sorry, Luigi), if you count smiling and hand waving. (I am familiar with a few important words in 3-4 languages, though not very well. I know enough to find a bathroom, order a coffee, or wind up being slapped, kissed, beaten up or arrested, or any combination ...
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