Hotel Residence SanSano
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... space with solar farms and some of the old roofs are also decorated with panels.
Bolognia is our first stop after about an hour. My battery is low so more later!
Arrived Florence around 1pm and ran the gauntlet of the street hawkers and stalls, navigating with GG's trusty ipad through the narrow streets - trying to decipher the somewhat cryptic instructions received from "─llesandro" who has English as ...
... 8 wines (lost count) of which are a very generous pour, and some throat tingling Grappa! The tasting also includes the best olive oil and bruschetta yet, and a meat platter, all for €7. Dad purchases the "everyday" 1.5L wine 'Vespero' and 'Coméra 2009' (a tribute wine to the traditional methods which are now seldom used because of the newer Chianti wine laws controlling the regions quality). Mrs ...
... more time in Florence. It is just gorgeous. Oh and Kathy Day you were so right the handbags are gorgeous too, I have a feeling one or two of those may just make their way into my suitcase. It's not so crowded here, still heaps of tourists but everyone seems more relaxed. There aren't constant sirens either and the people seem happy to talk to you in English. I'm looking forward to discovering more of Florence. Now to decide just what museums and galleries to visit.
Today happened to be Monday and in Italy everything closes on Monday. So thinking ahead we booked a Vespa tour through the Tuscan hills.
We first headed up to Poppiano Castle where we tasted the wine and olive oil they made. We were given a tour through their castle where they explained the wine making process, showed where and how they stored the wine and finally taken atop the tower where we were treated ...
... driving through this area is spectacular!. Winding roads, rolling hills,and steep mountains, grapes, olives, etc. Tuscany is just so breathtakinly beautiful.
Our bed and breakfast place is an old monastary dating back to 1100. We are staying in the old monk cells. The rooms are very cool, dark, clean with modern bathrooms.
We unpacked and went to the ...