Residenza d'epoca Torre dei Serviti
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... Palmina worked at). It was the oldest winery in Italy which originally invented the famous Chianti wine. We went up to the Castello de Brolio The owners castle where we walked around the grounds and had panoramic views of the valleys below. Then we set off down to the huge winery to taste the wares. After we got home Sue had a little nap before dinner and we had our tucker in one of the local restaurants. The food was delicious but they are not so good at taking and delivering what we ...
... and highlighted the golden grape leaves still on the vines, contrasting the rolling green hills. We stopped in Greve to buy Fontodi in the local enoteca, then back to the villa after a quick stop at the grocery for some fresh bread for the leftover bruschetta toppings. The lasagne was as good as the night before and we shared a pear tart for ...
... playing guitar in the park and rowing a boat. Don't worry, I saw the sights inbetween hangovers! Many many goosebump moments were had.
Rome has been my favourite so far. Random fun things happened in Rome. On arrival, my dorm buddies were chicks I partied with in Rio for Carnivale. It was a pure backpacking moment of serendipidy and disbelief after 3 months travelling.
The hostel was farking unbelievable and renewed my gypsy endeavour to one day ...
... beach (right beside the man that yells "Coco-coco!!" and then proceeds to sell you the tastiest coconut in Italy). The Cinque Terre are a group of five towns (as the name suggests) that are somewhat miraculously built into the cliff face of the northern Italian coastline. We wandered each of the five towns, ate some amazing food and gelato (I confess to not being a fan of pasta, but never have I eaten fresher, tastier pasta in my life than in the Cinque Terre!), purchased ...
... hilltop villages to defend the area of the Val d Elsa in Tuscany.
It was very cool and preserved just as it would have been in the middle ages but is now a tourist trap, having to pay for parking at the bottom of the hill.
Then it was on to Colle di Val d'Elsa for groceries and back to the villa for a swim as it was 34 degrees out and ...