Agriturismo Patrizia Falciani
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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This morning after our home baked italian breakfast we caught the bus to Florence. It's only an hour and no traffic hassles for us driving the **** (aka Fiat).By the way, yesterday was finished with a huge piece of chocolate cake, today jam tart. Don't think that is going to happen at home Mr Hands!
After our last few small locations we have based ourselves in Florence is huge,
Our main purpose for the day is to get up close and personal with David!
... R.A. So we were stopped at the lights, sorting out which left, sometimes there are more than one left or right. The roads are like a spread out fan. I said I will put my left arm out to signal we are turning. Green light, toots and honks, vehicles gliding across the road in all directions. Arm out was a good idea, we seemed to get across ok. Hectic though. The funniest thing is watching the moped riders navigating this mess while talking on their ...
... we had so many of the varmints in the back that the wagon was sittin a little low. He pushed the horses a little hard, and they stumbled a time or two, almost slipping from the hill we had to climb. Supper ended with some dessert-thing called Coppa Machiavelli. It was two-ways-to-Tuesday some kinda good. Cream goo, berries, some cookies, and 2 spoons. We made short work of that and headed back to where we ...
... place so extravagant before and overwhelmed with gratitude for Michele and her extreme generosity.
We set off for the remainder of the day with no set agenda. We wandered back to Piazza della Signoria where we took a peak inside Palazzo Vecchio without actually going to the museum therein. We meandered here and there before stumbling upon Pangie's Bistrot for a late lunch. The restaurant is owned and run by a father/daughter ...
... of the village was D E D dead. The atmosphere from the September wine festival was severely lacking, and people were not particularly friendly. We stood in the town square where the kids had danced and danced, and we had tasted so many lovely wines, but that was about it. We decided not to stay, and headed on further up the road to Greve in Chianti.
Greve is a much bigger town, but it too was ...