La Bagnaia Resort Tuscan Living Golf SPA
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... before getting home, but Niccolò said he would get the name of his guy just the same.
Our final stop of the day was at Castello di Verrazzano on the route back beyond Greve In Chianti. This was for a wine tour that Niccolò had organized for us. On the way there it began to rain again, at times coming down in torrents. By the time we got to the Castello however the rain started to slow down and it was a perfect time to step in-doors for a ...
... told her we came from NZ.
We've still got a couple more days in Tuscany, our Italian is improving by the day and the kids are getting more confident in ordering their gelato and making purchases. We use a lot of "Ciao", "Grazie" & "Si" as well as hand signals and head shaking but don't seem to have offended too many people with our limited vocabulary............. so far!
To be continued........................
... over Tuscany. A visit to Castellina to visit the restaurant Debbie Lee told us about in the vaults of the old winery storage. Built so long along and still a beautiful walk through the old town, then onto the place Michael and Phillippa stayed in to seek out future accommodation! Then to San Gimignano!..I could go on and on..All old towns full of ancient history and marvellous scenery.
The best bit about the small towns of Tuscany, is ...
... between the U.S. and Italy before I forget. One is that they charge for water here, at restaurants, which is a little frustrating when the weather is so warm. Another is that eye contact is not really a thing here. In the U.S., eye contact is constantly stressed as being important and a sign of trustworthiness and respect. Here, eye contact pretty much means you want to go home with someone, so we (meaning the girls in the program) have to avoid that and look quickly away ...
... and thinking that 8.30am was a little early to taste wine explored the little village where the previous night we had shopped for supplies. Locating a typical Italian bar, come coffee shop, we took part in the great Italian tradition of coffee at the bar with a Panini or cake ( well some of us did have cake , not me ) we had between the four of us 6 cups of coffee , pot of tea , two panini and two dolce (cakes) and the total cost was €13 how good ...