Graziella Patio Hotel
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... had been in operation at the same site producing wine for more than 100 years.
We also visited Siena another enchanting medieval town – we had lunch in the piazza in the middle of town which was great for people watching.
We are now firm friends with the animals that live here – the puppy seems to be constantly in our villa – interestingly she doesn't seem to respond when we say "outside" – I guess she doesn’t understand ...
... 8217;s another hill town set on top of a massive hill over-looking valleys filled with grapes and olive-trees. The town itself is a picture postcard on every corner, and the views out from it’s Piazza’s are some of the most perfect we’ve seen yet. It’s a bit of a climb from the bottom (our hotel) up to the top, and by the time we did our second run up there (it’s just a phrase – don’t worry – we never actually ...
... middle of nowhere on the side of a hill. We walked a little way in and caught our breath for a little while. The vines are just starting to grow and there were a few tiny grape buds. It was getting towards the afternoon so we headed towards another town, Panzano, which happened to be another old castle, and found a place for lunch. The restaurant was in a stone house that had to be hundreds of years old. The food was awesome. Pretty much all ...
... t possible write it all down here so as friends you will all have to wait until we catch up next.
At the end of our day we were ushered outside whilst the family finished preparing the meal and we cam back inside to a long table set for us and the family and we all sat down with more wine and enjoyed the fruits of of efforts. OMG, if we do say ourselves for such simple foods it was so flavoursome. ...
... Museum where we saw Michelangelo's David, quite magnificent in all his glory.
I snuck a papparazi photo while the guards were not looking. Also showing was a Robert Mapplethorpe photo exhibition which was also interesting. Next was lunch; Florentine Steak and glass of Chianti, yumm. After leaving the restuarant, we wandered past a leather shop where Jane bought ...