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... on the corner. Just up the road were a few empty plastic chairs so business must have been happening somewhere in the vines. It was such a random thing to see in such an expensive area we both pondered who would be be purchasing these products, obviously they liked to enjoy their wine with a little dessert. We stopped for lunch in Greve in Chianti at an amazing little restaurant specialising in cured meats and self serve wine tastings. The restaurant is based beside ...
Among its sights, Radda has quite an interesting town hall, the Palazzo del Podestà, its facade decorated with the coats of arms of worthies of an earlier age. Radda also has a very photogenic fountain of remarkable splendour for such a small town.
On the main piazza, you'll find the Church of San Niccolò, a church of Romanesque origins that houses a venerated wooden Crucifix of the 15 C. Other sights include the "Ice House" of ...
calories (or maybe it was just delicious).
To get to the fifth town, Monterosso, we took the train again. While
standing on the station a cargo train rolled through the station at full speed,
blaring its horn. They recommend you stand behind the yellow line of stones,
and they aren't joking because this train did not slow down one iota. My hat
nearly flew away from me and my heart ...
... and has an amazing view over the city from my bedroom window. I was told I have the best view in the house and the biggest room! With three beds in my room, it is larger than any other room I've stayed in so far. Carlotta at the front desk was very nice and recommended a fantastic local osteria just meters from our hotel; Il Campaccio. The vino rosso della casa was very, very nice and the homemade ravioli with ricotta and spinach covered in baked tomatos was excellent. I ...
... power .The towers are now 700 years old but they dont look that old since they have been well perserved.Since you are not aloud to drive in the centre , it is lovely to walk and hear the bells . The San Gimignano City Of Towers are in a little village that is older than 700 years old , it is perched on a little hill , with extradentary view of the country side and bush land i also enjoyed the smells that were of flowers , plants and trees it was like ...