Bed & Breakfast Solo per Quattro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... car with Bistro (Vino anyone?).
The train also had high speed Wi-Fi which allowed Bill to get some work done while traveling.
After passing through Rimini the train traveled down the coast of the Adriatic Sea until we reached ...
... shop that was set up temporarily from the Milano Expo 2015 that ended in October. Inside were little bottles of Modena's Balsamic. I tasted several samples of the certified balsamic. It is aged at least 12 years and some bottles I sampled were aged 24 years! Oh my....sweet, intense---yum.
Of course it's time for food. ...
The story of Siena and Rome is that of parent and child. Both have the image of the shewolf and the two boys, Romulus and Remus as the symbol of the city. the Roman version has the wolf looking down at the children, whereas the Sienese one has it looking towards Rome. It is said that Romulus' son set up Siena. Siena was the first stop today after leaving Montecatini. It was another early start with my alarm set to go off at 5.30. I was awake at 5 because the hotel was so ...
... at long last we got to see something super pretty in Italy, that wasn’t a poster in a hairdresser’s window.
Italian’s are so well dressed and groomed (adding shoes to the Italian owned list – they have such cool shoes in this country) but peculiarly this does not extend to their built environment outside of the big cities like Rome or Milan or the southern coasts. I think maybe their government put’s all their funding and energy into ...
... and don't know what I am looking for. Once I say Ciocco, he calls his cousin, she drives over to talk to me. Oh, sure we know where the Renaissance Ciocco Resort is, she even drives us up the hill, no short distance, and takes no money. Once again, a friendly, helpful Italian.
The Ciocco is a pretty fancy place, but I guess it is still early in the season, they are not fully staffed. They tell us we can't switch rooms, we are on the ...