Hotel Relais San Lorenzo
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... hydro, Wi-Fi, restaurants, stores, a school, everything you need for a modern way of life. The amazing part is that they still live in the houses of their ancestors. They have not torn them down to build new ones, just adapted their lifestyles to live in this pretty village. A big difference here from France is that this village is a thriving hub of activity. Flowers that are blooming, kids that are running around, traffic going here and there. This is a ...
... to be built outside the walls to accommodate travellers who arrived after the town gate was closed each night. It was s great place with a huge breakfast almost entirely comprised of local products--wild boar prosciuotto, house bread, local cheeses, etc. So far on the trip we have tried to enjoy the local food & drink specialty whatever that may be. Now we head to the hill town of Montalcino and that means one thing---vino! Not that there isnt local wine everywhere you ...
... numbers. I recall this fear from the Camino to Santiago last year, although in reality there was rarely a problem. Second, this new group seem to have a different mentality when it comes to getting up in the mornings. After being used to waking at 6.30 or 7.00 on my own or with the small group of recent weeks, the first morning after Siena was marked with the rustling of plastic bags and the stuffing of back packs at 5.30am. Yesterday morning was even ...
Day 264 3 hrs, 2.8 kms
Finally a beach town. I was starting to get a little worried... don't people go to the beach on the west side of Italy? It has only a very narrow strip of sand, so not nearly as relaxing as the ones on the Adriatic--but it does have all the trapping... ...
Day 264 5 hrs, 11.5 kms Next morning I walk back into the heart of Grossetto, the provincial capital. But oddly it all seems to be very modern without a historical core. Just to make sure, I ask someone... Sure enough, I'd walked right past the Old City. Glad I didn't miss it, because this looks like a very unique old city. Surrounded by double layers fo walls, the walled city is shaped as a hexagon, with towers that are shaped like arrows at each corner. Since Grossetto ...