Relais Fattoria Vignale
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... in Chianti. Montefioralle retains great charm and was well worth a visit Within Montefioralle itself, there are several tower houses, while the largest building was once a pilgrims’ hospice as evidenced by an ancient stone “sign post” embedded high in its wall. During the Renaissance, a family of rich silk merchants, the Vespucci, bought up a number of neighbouring mediaeval houses and combined them into their country house – they owned ...
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... We went to a stand that is super popular and always has a huge line of people. Our teacher asked if any of us wanted to try cow stomach and only 6 of us, out of the whole class, were brave enough to try it. It really wasn’t bad at all! It was the anticipation that was the worst part. The texture was a bit gooey too, but the pesto and spicy red sauce they gave us to dip it in made it better. It was so fun to just sit and people watch. Everyone was so friendly ...
... pleasure and what a pleasure it was!
As night fell and our goon bag deflated, we decided to take another stroll through the vines. Although the moon was shining brightly, we still relied heavily of the scent of the wild mint trodden underfoot to guide us back.
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... I had a steak, with yummy roasted potatoes, and spinach. I did the hand gesture where you hold your fingers together and kind of kiss and release, you know a very stereotypical Italian gesture. He whispered in my ear," you should be careful not to salute me, you have dangerous eyes.". LOL. Not sure if salute was what he said or meant, or if I used the gesture incorrectly, but it was funny and I seemed to be getting all the ...