Agriturismo Patrizia Falciani
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... wild boar, then cheese drizzled with a 10 year old balsamic and finally cantucci cookies. During lunch we were served a dry Rose wine, a Chianti, a 2011 Chianti Classico, a 2003 Chianti Classico and Vin Santo with the cookies. They made Grappa available but only 2 men tried it at our table and I was not one of them.
After lunch it was back in the car for one last stop, the Piazza Michelangelo just inside the old city walls. The Piazza is famous for two things; one ...
... s not weird). He led us downstairs to a hidden Enoteca Falorni. We were soon distracted by the wines for tasting and the food platters. No idea where the guy went! Ended up spending a few hours there and a few euros.
Mid afternoon we drove back up the hill to home and both had a Nanna nap.
It was our last night ...
... tickets printed out, ok, not so ***********g as you can find the window. Found the window, got tickets, back out into the street to the gallery, another queue , at least it was the right one, yep, next line, yep, up we go.... Exciting. We were early as we had a 9. 30 start, it was now about 8.45 , something like that, but they let us in, grand. Walked past the roman-heads and made it for David.
Wow. What is it about these icons that make me ...
... connected and working so asked Ken to take me back to Montefioralle please. I followed every step blindly as the directions I got from the bike shop were impossible to remember and it was two hours ago ! Finally on the road. Stopped for fuel at first servo and a few deep breaths and off I go. All good back to Greve. Happy to see narrow access to the up hill climb, was clear, heard a car horn, but looked clear so up I go very steep with ...
... shopping street, which Milly and I enjoyed browsing the leather shops and a very steep walkway to the top of the town which gave us views over the town and into the Tuscan hills beyond.
The Tuscan hills are covered in vineyards, olive groves and farm land. There are farmhouses dotting the hills here and there and then a walled city every 30 kilometres or so. There are rows of tall trees lining the hills often leading to a farm property. ...