Azienda Agricola Bulichella
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... little creepy, and closely resembled a doll.
We also went to St Damiano. We had to walk down a fairly steep and long hill, but it was most definitely worth it. This was name of the church and convent St Clare lived in. Outside of the convent, you looked out onto a beautiful, picturesque view. Inside was also very beautiful, and fairly complex. It was very peaceful and contemplative (dad told me to use that word). The cloister ...
... the biggest **** tower!!! There are still about 16 or so towers still standing today! We had a lovely panini and vege soup for lunch and then headed back to our villa as it was the first real rain we have encountered in our 4 weeks away. We went looking for a restaurant to go to tonight and we had our first error on the road! We were so busy trying to read Italian sign posts that we pulled out onto the wrong side ...
... the groove.....! The scenery for the first couple of hours was pretty ordinary, mainly flat plains and light industrial, farming areas. At one point someone from the back seat yelled "snow" and sure enough off to our right we could see glimpses of snow capped mountains. Big, really big. Closer to Tuscany the scenery got more, well, Tuscan. Picture every Maggie Beer cookbook, Two Greedy Italians, and any book where someone is writing about Tuscany. ...
Day 271 2 hrs, 3.7 kms I've cheated a little, checking for interesting touristy towns that I might not want to pass up. San Gimignano is a short bus ride from Poggibonsi, so I'm going to take a little side trip there. The bus takes me to a parking lot on top of a hill at the entrance to a walled town. And a tourist trap it is... jam packed ...
... C******nay, Pinot Bianco (Pinot Blanc, in French), and Pinot Nero (Pinot Noir) grapes. It is a dry, somewhat complex wine, with hints of almond, vanilla, and yellow ripe fruit. According to Italian wine law, Franciacorta must be aged for at least 18 months, vintage Franciacorta for 30 months. Drink Franciacorta with risottos, seafood, white meat, and baked fish.
Dinner was awesome !! I am so going to arrive home twice as big !!