Borgo Le Torrette
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... flowing down natural steps and pools; gorgeous. Whats not on the brochure are the wiggly red fly larvae grabbing onto your chest hair, Italian children splashing warm sulphur water on your hair and in your face, old tanned men lounging with their balls only millimetres from view and the never ending stream of people. Nevertheless in we jumped and found ourselves a nice little spot and enjoyed the water for about 30 minutes. Feeling dried out and a mixture of cold ...
... and what you think of when you think of driving through the Tuscan countryside complete with an Eucalyptus lined driveway. (Not to mention the road we needed to turn off on was at mile marker #33 - a special number for Amy!). We had a feeling it was a sign of good things to come. We weren't sure what to expect when we got there except that we knew they were going to give us a tour of how they make cheese and we would be able to eat lunch. Before they sat us down ...
... o'clock, the best part of our day. We meet the other guests and two owners, Charles and Peter. If these two wrote a book about building a home in Tuscany, it would be like a Bill Bryson's version of Under the Tuscan Sun.
1. They moved in December 23, but they were freezing. They were awaiting one part to get the system going. The plumber arrives on a Saturday with the small part in hand. They are thrilled. Not so fast . He ...
... We we picked up from the ferry and brought to our hotel! The Excelcior Parco, another former villa is now a beautiful 11 room hotel! We were brought up to the roof top terrace and greeted with some Proseco. We were a bit worried about our reservation as we had gotten an email last evening saying that they had cancelled it! But it all worked out and they even upgraded us to a suite with its own small terrace and hot ...
... also a two fork Michelin restaurant which we have booked at tomorrow night.
After checking in, we drove down to the supermarket and stocked up on some of the great local products that we had been enjoying in restaurants up until now. Unfortunately, the selection of meat on offer wasn't great, so we drove into the old city in search of a butcher as we desperately wanted to have a braai. Neither of us knew what a butcher was in Italian so it was only when I leaned across ...