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... It is a very hilly town. There was no problem meeting my 10,000 steps/day goal! I enjoyed coconut gelato and an expresso with Larry in the piazza where the Palio takes place.
Too soon it was time to return to the villa by bus. Luckily the thunderstorm held off until we got home! Most of us dined at the villa for dinner. I only had the antipasto and no other courses. It had been another day full of delicious Italian ...
... back to the 12th century. It has been added to over the years and is now owned by the Zonin family who have renovated it and use it as a winery and come to stay in it at as a holiday home.
We had a tour of the gardens including the kitchen garden filled with vegetables and the wine cellars housing huge oak casks filled with wine from last year’s grape harvest. They specialise in the Chianti Classico, made from the sangiovese grape. The views from the Castello ...
... in the U.S. New York City was the first thing that they all said. Then we got to talking about school, and it is getting very stressful over there too. They were very disgruntled parents, said England fines parents 1,000 pounds now for truancy, and Denmark is going to start it too. I wondered how they would enforce it. The smoking in this part of the world is really starting to get to me. They smoke ...
... Pubblico is open to the public. John and Graham made the climb tower through very narrow spaces to take stunning panoramic views the city. While Christine and I waited we thought we would get a gelato. When asked if we would like to eat it outside at the cafe the price increased from E2 to E5. A stone step was the cheaper option and the view the same. The cathedral is the crowning glory a stunning piece of architecture with it ornate facade, dome and bell tower to one ...
With this being our last day in Marciano della Chiana there's a lot to do in preparation for tomorrow's move to Venice. Highest on the list is laundry. Our misbehaving washing machine had to be replaced and a new one was installed yesterday - we'll be putting it to the test today. So we get a load of wash going, which gives us just enough time to take the short drive to Cesa for a repeat visit ...