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... jumping the queue, for 20 euros. The normal cost 11 euros. We stood on our principles, but after about 45 minutes of not much movement, our principles evaporated somewhat. Still, we stuck it out and got to see the man (definitely was). Sheila and Ron then bought their very own David to take home. After that we walked to the Piazza Duomo to see the beautiful cathedral. Then to Piazza Della Signoria where the replica ...
... as we needed the walk back home to work off some of the food we ate. La Cantina has had a write up in the Australian Sunday Travellers section of the paper and has also won recognition through Trip Advisor, and it is worth a visit into town to try the food.
Unlike the other big towns in Tuscany, Greve in Chianti things start to slow down around 10 at night, which suited us fine, as at the end of each day exploring the ...
... it would be a mistake to think that important questions about our human existence were not reflected in these endeavors.
We found our way into the shopping areas as well (Deb liked this part much more than I) and spent much of the rest of the day exploring the variety of shops that seemed to abound around every corner, in every alley and in every nook and cranny of the neighborhood we were in.
We finally made ...
Day two Port of Livorno onto the beautiful city of Florence, which once was the capitol of Italy. There we see the absolutely gorgeous Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, made of red, green and lime stone. Breathtaking to see the details and all the apostles carved on this cathedral . Walking thru the streets of Florence and seeing all the shopping and cafes and all the squares.
Go over the the Piazza della Signoria, Piazza ...
... and wines produced), decided to completely rip out and replant all of the vineyards. The first vintage of which he's proud is the 2007, and prior to that not even Fabrizio has very nice things to say about what the estate grapes could muster. Now that the replanted vines have matured, Alessi and his crew are producijng top-notch Italian wines. Sticciano produces a C******nay, a Chianti, which blends 85% to 90% Sangiovese with 10% to 15% Canaiolo Nero, and a Syrah/Merlot ...