Castello di Ristonchi - Fattoria di Castiglionchio
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... apartment - few odd things but so perfectly located for all we did. Strolled a bit to get a tad familiar with Firenze, found a place potentially for dinner, found our wonderful Cafe Megare for a beer and an Aperol Spritz. The ristorante Buco Mario turned out to be one of 5 historic cave restaurants in Florence and it was excellent. Even a free apron when we left!! Rich tried the Pappadelle pasta with wild boar sauce (excellent yet again) ...
... clean and very comfortable. The highest speed we saw recorded on the TV monitor was 251km and it was fast enough that when we went through the numerous tunnels it caused pressure in our ears akin to going through altitude changes. We used the slow on board wifi after going through a sign up rigmarole on board and looked at the scenery. The country side was green, flat to gentle rolling, with low hills, farms and vineyards. On arrival in Florence we walked outside ...
... the Ponte Vecchio to where our tour was leaving from.. We booked a Chianti region bus tour wich was a van with a maximum of 8 people. This tour started at 2:30 and took us to La Papessa at Montecchio (which is just SW of Siena) for wine tasting... (6 bottles for 103 Eur but to ship 6 bottle to Aus would be 132Eur so we didn't buy any..) . We had 3 different bottles of wine - ...
... hours in each of these lines. As much as I would have loved to tick both of these attractions off my bucket list, I did have the photo of the David replica and now I did have an excuse to return to Florence one day.
(Although I don't really need an excuse, do I )?
6pm - Rooftop Aperitivo
Through a hot tip in an Australian Delicious magazine way back in May, we found our way to the compact but busy rooftop cafe at ...
... and the references were everywhere, some of them were quite artsy showing both the playful wooden puppet side and the somewhat darker Gepetto-may-not-be-such-a-nice-guy side) and our waiter, Jimmeney Cricket...er....Ricardo, was very friendly and could speak many languages. Pam sipped on spritz, while Katie enjoyed a glass of water :( and we devoured fresh bruschetta followed by a grilled fillet of sole, cannellini beans in Tusan olive oil (a local specialty) and ...