Agriturismo La Presura
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... it up to the house. Heavens knows how we will go driving around Tuscany!
All the buildings are made from stone and our room is from part of the original wine cellar our hosts grandfather had built, it is partially underground so is a very pleasant temp inside, even if Phil is worried about people walking by and seeing thru our bathroom window.
Can't wait to try out the pool, positioned a couple of terraces up from the house tomorrow.
... 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 bloke comes and opens the door, woops, just enough room. He says we can still park there. He owns a sort of hardware and this shed looks like his storage area.
Off for a walk to ...
We found a winery in Chianti and enjoyed a wonderful lunch outdoors overlooking the grapevines.
Later we explored an Etruscan museum with ancient artifacts
For our last night in Tuscany, we found a wonderful restaurant where we ate outdoors in perfect weather and ...
... most famous art museums in the western world but home of some of the most famous collections of Italian Renaissance art including works from Botticelli, Titan, Michelangelo and da Vinci. Swoon! On the way there we wandered over the oldest bridge which was just covered in people and jewelers. I didn't realise we were even on it until half way over. Each side, the jewelers all appear to sell the same thing so didn't really understand why there was so many but they were initially put ...
... the label) and Chianti produced outside the Chianti Classico delimitation that is consumed with almost no aging. There is not Black Rooster on this wine. My one regret is that I did not take advantage of the special pricing we were offered at the winery and send a case of Chianti Classico home. It is very expensive to buy here in the US.
On my next visit - and there will be a next visit - I plan to learn more about the "green gold" as olive oil is referred to.