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Travel Blogs from Greve
Today we woke up the sound of dogs barking outside, I think the guesthouse we were staying in was part of a farm or at least it sounded like it was! we had the kindest hosts who couldn't speak a word of English so we engaged in communication through nods and hand gestures. Travelling has made us realize how many people speak English from other non English speaking countries. We have been making an effort with the little bits of it as we have picked up some phrases but ...
... to walk in, stand there and just look at me. By this time I had had enough of Italian hospitality, and I told him to 'GIT!', which thankfully he did. Ann saw the no lock, no knob situation so decided to wait and pee at the bus station. Boy was she sorry. Sixty cents to use the toilet and you get your own pack of what looks like a purse-size tissue pack to use as toilet paper. So we get on the bus and had to sit toward the back. We thought there would be ...
... up to dance with us. We decided to have fun with it and teach them a bunch of different dance moves. Literally everything that we did, they would copy us. It was hilarious because we would do the most random dance moves and they would just go along with it and follow us. I have never laughed so hard. All the dancing tired us out, though, so we took a taxi back to our hostel to get some rest before the next day.
We woke up around 9 a.m. and got breakfast that was included in ...
... tunnel, new and different views were of the country presented. As we passed Firenza and headed toward the mountains, my wife commented "This is not how I pictured Toscana". But wait for it, wait for it…Out of another tunnel and there it was! Under the Tuscan sun. Well not really, it was cloudy, windy, and turning colder, but still, we were finally in Toscanna.
Arriving in Greve in Chianti, after finally finding a ...
... places that would then not actually be a campsite, then it ran out of battery and wouldn't charge properly - aarrgg! When we got it going again, we opted to try the next suggested site, which looked a wee bit ropey as we travelled up a potholed track. However, when there, we found a massive property called "Villa Camerata", a 15th century building first owned by a florentine family. After a number of changes of ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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