Alla Dimora Altea
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... and when we got out it was time to eat. We’d seen a quiet little street perpendicular to the Uffizi, so we went back, found a table, and set into more pasta and pizza. My typical plan is to starve everyone before feeding them at the last possible minute before they are consumed either by hunger or rage, so that when they are fed it is the best thing they’ve ever had. My plan worked again, and lunch was delicious.
17 minute walk to the Cupola del Brunelleschi. Thank god for the GPS on our phones because each narrow street looked exactly the same as the other narrow street.
Check out the photos. Had to queue for 45 mins to get into the tower. It was 414 steps to the very top although you could stop at 2 levels to take photos as an excuse for a rest to prevent from dying. Very ...
... and Himself was forced to go back to the hotel to watch Moto GP while I made some discreet purchases. Ate very well here too. Simple pastas and salads plus really good breads. Wine is better too and cheaper. Some Montecelli cab savs and Chiantis, not bad. Himself has also started a collection of T shirts and caps from across the world. Now we are waiting to catch the train to La Spezia Central and then to Monterosso. Hoping the weather is kind so we can ...
... were checking in, we waited for them for an hour and then the first thing they did when they came to check us in was find a song to play on YouTube. We had a lockout from 10-5 for cleaning but they never really cleaned anything and couldn't even sit in the common room past 12 at night. They were so rude that when we asked if we could book another night, they said that they were full even though Jess and Will had a third night booked already and said that there were ...
... was a blast. The place was so cute. One of the sons who owns the vineyard taught us the proper way to hold the wine glass, swirl, and smell the wine. We tried about 7 different kinds and a couple different Chianti wines, which is Tuscany’s main type of red wine. They served us a couple of different courses, one being "Mama’s Lasagna" and it was literally the best lasagna I have ever tasted. They said that the recipe is on their website, so I’ll have to look it up ...