Drove from Grenoble to Torino on the 11th of April. The drive through the Alps on the D1091, by Oulles, Bourg-d'Oisans, Mont-de-Lans and La Grave, all the way to Briancon was incredibly gorgeous, but unfortunately we didn't have the time to stop for pictures, so I have no trace of that. I just wrote this paragraph to remember to go back and do that again (ideally on a bicycle or motorcycle).
We woke up in Lerici, and while the weather wasn't the best, the village was still gorgeous. It felt a lot like Cassis, but in Italy.
While we were headed to Montepulciano early in the morning, we blew a tire. It was a Sunday, but luckily we were just next to Pisa (which we didn't plan to visit in the first place). So we stopped there to wait for the next day to find an open garage, and visited the city meanwhile.
The next day, we go to Punto Gomma, who managed to fix the tire in an incredibly short amount of time.
We visited the city of Montepulciano, Tuscany during the day, and did a visit and wine tasting at the Canneto winery, which produces amazing natural wine.
We arrived on the 15th at night near Firenze. We managed to plant the tent in a random olive tree field, which was a pretty nice and cozy spot to sleep in, especially with the low profile MSR Hubba Hubba NX military grade cover.
We then went to visit the city.