Il Borgo di Vescine - Relais del Chianti
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... with vending machines distributing wine on a pre loaded wine card, it was a great concept where you could do a tasting for 40 cents and if you enjoyed the drop you could buy it by a glass or bottle. Not to much to report over the next few days except relaxing with books, the pool, catching up on sleep and cooking some lovely meals for poor old jac. The town of Radda in Chianti was located about 5 kms from where we were staying so a quick drive to grab supplies. We ...
... city while the others went to their massive 4 course dinner..I haven't been feeling hungry so decided to save my euro for something else! We ate at the same restaraunt as last night as we were confident of a nice meal..which we got again. After dinner I headed back to the hotel to pack my bags, have a shower, do my blog, check in with mum and I'm now off to bed ahead of Verona and the drive to Venice tomorrow. Much love LM ...
... may be so it you drive like an Italian. It took us longer. The A1 Autostrata was about 10 mins outside of Figline Vildarni and that took us straight to Rome. We had a couple of stops to stretch the legs, toilet and then refuel. Once we were off the A1 and in the outskirts of Rome things were not too bad. A few wrong turns but otherwise no drama's. There were some interesting woman on the side of the road. It was not until we passed the third set that it dawned on me they were ...
... Florence occupies very little space. Without trying, I managed to pass the Duomo, the Uffizi Gallery and Fountain of Neptune in Piazza della Signoria, Ponte Vecchio, San Marco Piazza and so on and it was truly and literally awesome.
In between the ancient wonders, the modern world is woven seamlessly creating a symbiotic blend of Italian culture both past and present, allowing me the chance to also indulge in a bit of window shopping and a lot of gelato ...
... a wedding. The ceremony was conducted by the local mayor at the 16th century town hall and the reception was held in a large villa at the top of a hill which is surrounded by vineyards. Many guests had stay in the villa during the week so everybody was in the holiday spirit and we partied until the wee hours. Hangovers followed on Sunday. Today (Monday) we visited the Castello di Verrazzano winery and had a tour and enjoyed some ...