CDH Hotel Radda
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... of Chianti.
The area is also famous for its winding roads and I just hope the large cycling group who checked in this afternoon knew Radda was a hill top town. We'll see how they are tmorrow at dinner! Other than cyclists and a couple from Toronto staying down the road for two weeks we seem to be off the main tourist run. What bliss to sit in the reading room looking out over the valley writing this blog and sipping a glass ...
... wineries over the 2 weeks , which was easy to do in this region and really relaxing.
We also went to Pisa, Florence and Sienna - all beautiful places and great pizzas- I will so miss those pizza's!
On the last Friday, we flew from Pisa back to Bristol and then on the train to Cardiff and back to Mum and Dad's to get ourselves sorted for the final journey to ...
The highlight of today was our gondola ride. We enjoyed just sitting back and touring the small canals. We explored a museum on Venetian culture and history, wandered the streets and stopped into a few more churches. It is very hot so we needed a few gelato breaks as well. A great last day in Venice. It truly has a magical quality especially in our little neighbourhood away from the crowded tourist spots. We watched the ...
On our way to Florence we stopped in Pisa to see the famous leaning tower. If you haven't been to Pisa, basically the only thing to see there is the tower and the cathedral, other than that the area is pretty ******. We spent a few hours there, taking pictures holding up or pushing down the tower, had some lunch and then headed to Florence. When we arrived at our campsite in the Tuscan hills, we immediately went for a swim. The camp was pretty awesome, ...
... br> Anywho, San Gimignano. One of my favorite towns, just like the ones you see in the movies and you imagine Tuscany to be like. We went to the Collegiata, Museo Civico and climbed to the top of the Torre Grossa. It was a giant bell tower that gave more views of the town and the entire countryside. The shops were quaint and it was hard to pull me out of that town. Next was Siena, which I knew would be much bigger and that it was. ...