Bed and Breakfast Degli Aranci
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Home Stretch! When we were planning our grand adventure from home, we knew we wanted to spend the last part of our trip unwinding and thought that a villa in Tuscany sounded like a pretty good place to start. We spent three glorious weeks in Italy, eating, drinking, siesta-ing, and taking in the beautiful sights of this country.
We found our little villa in the wine region of Tuscany and were met by friends Kristina, John, Erin and sweet 10 ...
You can see right away that there isn't much money in Naples. Lots of rubbish everywhere and buildings not well maintained all the cars seem to be full of dings, even the new ones. One thing that seems to be well maintained are the car horns, they certainly get a good work out. The pedlars are on the streets already in the morning trying to make a living. I was offered an Apple I-Pad on the way to the ...
... for the station. Jo would like to add here that as most of you know I am a legend for putting things off. However on the day when it is torrential rain I decided not to put off hunting for the station until a drier time, hence Jo's lack of dry sensible shoes! *comments added under duress* On our climb I was imagining the fantastic views across to Sorrento from the summit, almost a reverse of what we can see from the harbour. When we eventually reached the ...
... cake like the one we ate upon arrival, this one to be used for the next guests.
After preparing our meal we toured the garden where Carlo Cuomo, Roberta's father, explained how he grafts limes branches onto orange trees. So odd to see a variety of fruit on the same tree. We also sampled the growing grapes and figs (the sweetest we have ever tasted). Then he took us to his private wine cellar located under the Villa. Like many families in Italy, ...
... of Positano and dipped our feet in the Tyrrhenian Sea which feeds into the Mediterranean Sea. Meandered narrow alleys of lace, ceramic and limoncello shops. Even tasted a Rum Baba'! Ended our evening with a true, late Italian 5-course meal. Black olives in the chicken entree and Italian wine completed our meal. We are exhausted and need our sleep tonight. We are off to Capri ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet