Castello di Montegonzi
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Woke up to rain today so I spent most of the morning snoozing on the couch. We needed to go to town (Greve) to arrange postage for shopping back to Perth so decided to grab a quick takeaway lunch and come back to the villa. G would do some study and I would nap.
After sorting the postage, we spotted a hot guy so followed ...
... br> The meats and honey were served with wedges of hard cheese and the biggest fresh figs I have ever seen. Very close to the size of a tennis ball. These were from Forese's trees and were the first pick of the season that morning. We were pretty full then but we had a billion courses to go.
The mixture of the cured meats, fresh fruits, cheeses hard and soft and honey were a patchwork of fun and flavours.
Before we ate, Forese came in with a wine bottle ...
... there. Trot back to the bus stop and confirm the bus was the right one with the man who said 20 mts, so I was concerned but got on. Pushed ticket in machine and found a seat for the 1 hour trip. Recognised some of the areas as we drove through them yesterday, closer to the city I was all confused. Got concerned when only me and two others were left on the bus, even my man had deserted me at the last stop. So I move to the front and asked ...
... br> Anyhow, the area feels safe and easy to be comfortable in and we enjoyed our evening walk after all that traveling.
Made a friend who works in the lobby, and got offered complimentary welcoming drinks last night that we had to take a raincheck for. So looks like tonight will be more lively for us...
Its now about 630 AM... and I am wide awake, ready to explore Florence... But Ali is ...
... to the GPS lady. Raul, a frequent visitor to Toscana, recommended the towns we visited.
During the ensuing 5 days we will be spending our time leisurely exploring Toscana or Tuscany, a province of Italy with a history dating back to 1350 to 1150 BC. Think Napa Valley but older. This was the breadbasket of ancient Rome. Our intent is to make a number of day trips throughout the northern portion of Tuscany.
We arrived at our home base, ...