Castello di Ristonchi - Fattoria di Castiglionchio
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... course when we arrive the line is sooo long. Aaaaaaaarghhhhh!
There are 3 main frustrations when travelling. Toilets, Wifi and food. Basics at home, luxuries when on the road.
So now we are at the other end of the town & there isn't another food place in sight. Fine if you want clothes, souvenirs and ceramics but we are now starving (not my word).
I remember that Clint has some ohnezucker biscuits in his back pack. That ...
... her and found a gelato bar. which delighted the whole family.We indulged.
The day had got warmer but it was still 6 hrs until midnight. Clint asked everyone to vote on whether we stay in to celebrate New Years or head back to the farm.
Tess' wisdom = 'Are you going to remember the New Years you went to bed at the farm or the one where you stayed in Florence and celebrated?'
The point was taken, we ...
... and some Greek olive tapenade for us..but it was senza formaggio too! We had dinner at home tonight inside as it was sprinkling just enough to be uncomfortable...now we're watching France vs Honduras...no idea why it works tonight but didn't last night...there's also no commentary...we think Italian TV said give it to em free with no comment....frogs! 2006 World Cup final...google it! Alora...that's it for now, but check the pictures...it was a fun day for ...
... were really food but it was so sweet I couldn't finish it. It took us 2 hours to get out of that restaurant. It probably took only a half hour total to order, wait for the food, and eat. The other hour and a half we just sat there laughing at how ignored we were. All the restaraunts we go to take so long. You literally have to ask for the check or they won't bring it. I've asked for it twice before anyone has brought it. I guess it's because everyone is so laid ...
... only was it in the high 90s but it was super humid, which made the hike even worse. Luckily we ran into this really nice Italian man, who drove us up to San Miniato. He took us to the most perfect place to watch the sunset.
As we took a seat at San Miniato, we took in the most beautiful sunset ever! I'm sure the fact that we were in Florence and overlooking the city was the ...