Agriturismo La Presura
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... that didn't stop Mom, Dad, Tom and me from walking around the whole city while CJ worked on some schoolwork. We had a late start because we putzed around the apartment a bit and Mom and Dad found a cool market where they bought us some food for the next few days. When we ventured out, we walked out to Ponte Vecchio again (can't get enough of that bridge!) and over to the other side, where we had lunch, wine, and the first cannoli of the trip. We continued along the Arno River ...
Saturday October 6th - Travel Day - Modena to Greve in Chianti, A.K.A. The Day Mostly Filled With Sheisse (and we say 'sheisse' because we don't know how to say '****' in Italian)
Words by John:
Traveling in Italy is very easy...provided a. you speak Italian fluently and read it impeccably; b. you know exactly where you're going before you start; c. you've been there many times before; d. you are not bothered by the fact that personal space here ...
... lot, we checked in our hotel. Really just another apartment room over the restaurant Giovanni di Verazanno (do your homework on this guy). He was born here, his castle is still here, as well as a statue in the main square.
Our room was simple, two double beds which was all that was available, a private bathroom, and a window overlooking the town. Very adequate, and a great place for exploring the Chianti region of Toscana. We are ...
... be having an antique festival in the main square. So there were tons of stands set up selling antiques, wine, olive oil, crafts, snacks, you know the normal fair stuff. We got a huge bag of sun dried tomatoes, some olive oil made at a farm nearby, and a bag of sweet wafers that tasted an awful lot like the sweet wafer taco things we liked a lot in Thailand. Instead of going out to dinner we got a huge ...
... family and friends. Speaking of sharing this with family I should choose my language a little more conservatively in my profile, remind me to change that.
The very first night I got here, my room mate Keith was a straggler and my other two room mates Alan and Justin and I were itching to go out and see the town and more importantly embrace the lighter restrictions on certain beverages. You might sit there and tell me that alcohol is the same worldwide, if you ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting