Albergo La Foresteria
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... with the beautiful Silvia back at Il Cellese. I would have liked it to be a little more interactive - particularly for the price, but she/we prepared an Italian feast that we then took back to our apartment to enjoy. There was so much left over - I wish I could have packed it up to take home with me. We had terrible weather on Friday - like umbrella destroying conditions. Nevertheless, we had places to go - first stop Volterra. A stunning Tuscan hill ...
... Maggie right now, and some other friends looking after Max, Jack's beta fish (who is surprisingly still alive), but I can't imagine anyone will want to take care of a turtle! If it was any other child, I might suggest that he or she will forget about it, but we are talking about Jack. He is the boy who could recite to you every hotel we have stayed in over the past 35 weeks. He doesn't forget.
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... the buildings rising 3 to 6 stories up either side. The centre is the world famous Duomo with the Battistere with the good door. Got a part shot of it as it is undergoing renovation work, but it is still very impressive. The Uffizi was impressive also, then lunch ( more pizza ), and onto see David. David seen, then further wandering around. Bye this time, Sue's urge to spend money was heightening. Fortunately for all concerned, her appetite ...
... accommodations with some trepidation. We knew that this "countryside" lodging experience will be at a farm that has received government subsidies to keep the family farm operating while accommodating tourists in the evening. We envisioned converted barns with dinner at a big wood table over a dirt floor. We were so off-base! Our bus pulled up to the Italian version of the Silverado Resort and Country Club without the ...
... where half the city appeared to be walking, jogging, cycling. We had dinner in a little trattoria recommended by the hotel. Chicken and vegetables tasted much better than when I cook it, although the amount of salt in Italian food is unbelievable. I am surprised that Italians survive into old age, what with endless pasta, pizza, gelato, unbelievable amounts of meat, salami. Perhaps the olive oil and Chianti counteract everything ...