Residence Le Corniole Aparthotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... had been in operation at the same site producing wine for more than 100 years.
We also visited Siena another enchanting medieval town – we had lunch in the piazza in the middle of town which was great for people watching.
We are now firm friends with the animals that live here – the puppy seems to be constantly in our villa – interestingly she doesn't seem to respond when we say "outside" – I guess she doesn’t understand ...
... were both terribly disappointed - the scenery in Tuscany from one of them would have been stunning. As Andy said another time but sadly it won’t Tuscany.
I so needed some retail therapy and my shopping day was ok but didn’t buy a lot as since we have arrived in both France and Italy they now have their Winter stock out (clothing that is for those men who need explaining to). So I guess I know what will be in our shops next Winter but that ...
... about their wine here and they explained all the strict rules on how they have to make it so that they get the rooster sticker that marks it as a Chianti Classico. All of the chiantis were good, but there really wasn't a huge difference between most of them that we tried, at least not that we could notice. Kind of like the difference between Coke and Pepsi. I did try one expensive fancy sweet wine and it was great, but ...
So our last day in Florence, determined to find that Tuscan country side you see in the movies we hopped on on a wine a tasting tour through the famous Tuscan wine country known as Chianti.
A little background on the the region of Chianti:
Back in the day apparently Sienna and Florence (rival to this day) had been at war over the region known today as Chianti, among other things. In an effort ...
We have finally found an internet cafe, after a lengthy search! After successfully boarding the train for a two hour ride to Arezzo (Rome's Stationale Termini was a challenge!), we arrived at our new digs “Casa San Martino”. After a confusing discussion with some older Italian ladies where none of knew what the other were saying, we were greeted by our host Ricardo.This apartment is in theancient Etruscan town of Arezzo, population of 100,000 ...