Azienda Agricola Bulichella
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... even though they’re out of season. Dad says they didn’t used to do this. He says unless you could grow something in your back garden and serve it, it wasn’t served.
However, we have still enjoyed some delicious meals. My favourite was a local trattoria (a traditional Italian eating establishment, less formal than a ‘ristorante’, but more formal than an ‘osteria’), we found just by luck, ...
... cheese plate and wine along with stunning views of the sea. Speaking of wine, Elba offers most of the best of Tuscany including fruity Sangioveses, dry Chianties, and some of the best Merlots I've sampled in a while. A fantastic local red wine which carries the DOCG certification is Aleatico, which has been made on the island for centuries. Legend has it that Napoleon, before landing on Elba, ...
... I was expecting it to be ridiculously crowded as it has been before, as everywhere seems to be, but it wasn't. We got there reasonably early, found a parking spot without too much trouble ( outside the walls but we caught the city bus up - luxury! ), and found our way too the market. A good little market, a mix of fresh produce and clothing, leather goods, tablecloths and some tourist ****. Take away market food here is so very different to Australia. Not ...
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 ...
What a lovely day, sun shining in a very beautiful part of the world and what better way to spend it by exploring the countryside.
1st visit was Bardia a Passignano a lovely little medieval village with a wonderful view of the countryside, a perfect photo opportunity.
We continued on to Montefioralle which provided some more wonderful photos.
then on to Greve in Chianti which was a picture perfect town with ...