Hotel Torricelle Zucchi
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... fair share of the road at top speed. We actually saw a large delivery truck hit a rut (on our side of the road) and teeter onto only two wheels, nearly tipping over. Had the driver not been able to right his truck, the skidding mess of a truck on its side would have slid right into us. Michael was, in those split seconds, planning our escape into the trees. We put down the maps and the guidebook at that point and kept all six eyes on the road to look ...
... BBC so we were told). We had to try some and I agree with their assessment. Back to our accommodation and then off to a wine tasting at a local winery - San Borgese. It was just as you would expect a winery in Tuscany to look like - the old villa, local family running the place who go back generations, and some lovely wine. Then off to a dinner that was superb, both in quality and quantity. Six courses of some wonderful food and wines, limoncello and grappa. A great ...
... to stay in his stroller. Finished the tour
On our own.then walked to Ponte Vecchio, abridge lined with jewelry stores. It originally was home to gold and silversmiths. Phenomenal. Went to lunch, then back to bus. Now it is Wine Time on the patio with Reed and Laura, fellow travelers from Cleveland. Won't admit to how many bottles we drank, but had a great time.
Well, I apologize for the long story. Tomorrow I will let you know about the wine tasting.
... reminded me of the movie Argo, because we needed to take a bus to take to the airstrip where the plane was sitting.
After about 20 hours in air travel, Alyssa and I finally arrived to our destination: Florence! The last time we had visited was in 2005, for only a few hours. The year before that, we had a day to spend in this beautiful city but that was not enough time either. This year, we would get ...
... wine for more than three weeks after the bottle has been opened providing servings by the glass.
It is a brilliant way to try different wines using a prepaid card which you put into the slot, pick wine and sample size, and taste away.
Why there isn't one of these down our way beggars belief!?
After finally dragging Rachael away, we headed off, sans GPS, to explore.
Down/up we went to the beautiful village of Castellina in Chianti, then on to Radda in Chianti, ...