Villa Campestri Olive Oil Resort
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... inevitably excellent. Then we would retire to the hotel to for a siesta by the pool until the heat started to ebb from the sun. Our final journey of each day was to a specific restaurant that we had identified based on a recommendation, Michelin mention, etc. We ate like kings and always did our best to support the local viticulture industry as well.
While in Florence, we decided on a visit on a visit to the Italian Riviera and Cinque Terra. ...
We found the uschita and exited the station to be faced with a big and busy roundabout. Luckily Loren had printed the Google map walking directions to our apartment which we spent a lengthy time perusing, before I reverted to the old sun and watch navstar system and pointed us in the right direction once again! We found Guelfa Toscana and were warmly greeted by Irene who was equally as welcoming and friendly as Gian Paolo. Once ...
... site seeing, we reached the absolutely beautiful town of Via Reggio. A beach side town steeped in history and beautiful architecture. The place we stayed at was like a small house with little rooms and we could cook in the small kitchen, so that was very nice for a change to the small units we have been in.
We knew we needed to get a good nights sleep, as we were in for a very busy day on Sunday at Cinque Terre.
City girl's voyage into the country, take two! When I read that excursion would be to an organic farm I pictured rolling hills full of organically grown produce with farm animals frolicking in pastures. So naturally I was surprised when we pulled up to what appeared to be a supermarket of some sort with a factory next door. Obviously I did not follow through with my "do some research on a city before you visit it" plan.
Il Fortato dal Mugello is an organic farm where 65 ...
... my knee from ruining my day. I popped a fistful of Ibuprofen, I wore a knee brace and I even broke out the folding cane. The trio of prophylactic measures helped me make it from 8:30 to 4:30 today. Note: The streets are mostly of cobblestone, so bring comfy shoes to negotiate the back alleys.
We started with a lecture by Rocky Ruggerio, a professor of art history from Rhode Island but now a permanent resident ...