Agriturismo La Presura
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Franco had mentioned there were markets at Panzano so we took off early, about 11.00am. We are getting used to the roads so found the drive to be quite nice. The markets were huge and we then enjoyed a lovely pasta lunch with sparkling rose. From Panzano we drove onto Castellina in Chianti, a beautiful village with shops to browse ...
... lots to see on the way, great for Steve . This place is not so touristy which means it is always more difficult to navigate the town for a park. It is hard to work out where the residents live and the visitors start. And of course we can't read Italian so have no idea what the parking signs mean. We keep going till we find a gathering of mopeds and fit the big BMW in as well, in front of what looks like a unused garage door. Take helmets off, gather our stuff and a ...
... concessions. We knew of a place to get some good grub, hav’n been by there before on a previous round-up. We headed out after dark. Not disappointed, Randy's steak was delish.
I'd scouted a few places the last time we were out on the trail, and figured we would score again at the same spots. First stop, we gathered several of the Key-ote-eyes placing them in the wagon. We did get side-tracked one ...
Woke up to a deep fog in Orvieto, meaning you couldn't see the huge pink cathedral unless you were metres from it - like a spooky movie. It cleared after a few hours and we had a final view of its majesty before we took off in our wonder car to our next destination - Panzano.
We had wonderful memories of Panzano from 2008 and were very keen to see it again. The road from Orvieto was extremely windy ...
... Mary (mother of Jesus). It is a lantern festival. Nate and I weren't sure what was going on but we following in with the parade of people for about 45 minutes. This happened within an hour of us getting into Florence (which was another adventure all together!).