Agriturismo La Presura
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... a 1.2 engine that has to wind up to pass other cars. Coming up the driveway to the B&B, it just just gave up half way, and stalled in first gear? This has now presented a challenge to me, and I look forward to the next time I get to do the hill climb, as I will get a good run up, and go rally driving. Wendy has already advised she will not be in the car at this time.
Went to a good restaurant tonight, 3 courses, and walked them off on the ...
... wouldn't follow Kens directions as he thought he knew better, got lost, was scared of the big nasty autostrada and Piggy Bonsy and had to stop at a garage. Got out map, it's about 7:00 pm and we left about 9:00am so we both tired. Poor Steve gets so worked up when he gets confused with Ken and maps, best to leave him alone and not to offer advice till he feels better, other wise we hate each other for another 12 hours. ...
DAY 1 in CHIANTI :
Below I copied from the googleator:
"Nestled in the heart of the Chianti, between rolling hills and views to dream about, is one of the most beautiful towns in Italy: this is Montefioralle, a small town just above Greve in Chianti in Florence. In the midst of stone houses which overlook the characteristic streets that climb through the village, you will discover a rare jewel and remain fascinated. An old soul envelops Montefioralle, ...
... an impression under a glazed dome and is about 3 times the size of a normal person. The rest of the gallery was again filled with religious paintings and, heathens that we are, we did not hang round to see them. We then went and had another Italian meal and wondered back to our hotel. I think we are all feeling a bit "knackered" tonight. Hopefully tomorrow we will get our mojo ...
... literally 'big salad’) shrimp & asparagus pasta and tortellini. Walk up to the local piazza and to the most incredible butchers you have ever seen – roof and walls lined with different cuts of meat and preserves (a vegetarians worst nightmare haha). Wander around the shop with its different smells, wine cellar, underground cheese ...