Castello di Montegonzi
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... tried in every country to learn the basics, but it gets a bit difficult for me to remember them all. Jack, however, remembers the 8000 ways of saying "Thank you" that we have learned. It is, as he tells me, only 11 different ways. You can ask him when you see him again.
The beauty here is amazing. Our apartment looks over the Tuscan countryside, toward the city of Florence, and as I write, at ...
... for the next 3 nights on a vineyard in Chianti was wonderful after driving through Tuscany for the day. The vineyard is perched up on a hill with beautiful 180o views. And best of all the kids are loving the pool.
We spent the next day driving to Siena and also San Gimignano. These towns are both walled towns with lots of history - truly amazing and both lovely. The shops ...
... 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 mobiles , girls wearing stilettos, even smoking. Some wear helmets but not many.
So we made it to the bike shop, took about 1 hour to get through Firenze, Steve was happy, relaxed now and ...
... the fall. And the Jesus art was approx 1250. Exhausting !
Then lunch which over looked the ancient temple and ruins. Grand. Time to go home and ignored Ken and took a main road this time, then he joined in and led us back home.
Bit of a rest now at home as another dinner engagement happening. Outside in the early evening, drinking, Katya and Simone and their son Andreas arrived home. These are Carla's and Forese's son and daughter-in-law ...
... us late for our tour of the leather making factory. The lady that showed our group around was very nice and gave us some tips on how to distinguish between real and fake leather. At their store Nick bought himself a nice belt for our fancy night out in Austria in the next week. From here we met a photographer in the main square and got a group photo taken in front of the statues there, including the Statue of David. We then met ...