CDH Hotel Radda
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... far the nicest hotel we've had, most of the Italian hotels are pretty average with hard beds and ordinary pillows! Most of the group were looking pretty tired and the 3pm arrival meant a nice rest/relax prior to dinner. Dinner was in the garden, the nights have all been just perfect to sit out, no wind and the temperature by then is very pleasant. Sat out enjoying the company until late. Most of ...
... A number of self contained units and the top floor with 3 large bedrooms, a large lounge / living area and kitchen etc. I believe the owner has a business in wine grapes and olive oil as so many in this region seem to do. Carol-Ann and I have been allocated a very nice ground floor room with kitchenette and ensuite. Co-incidentally it has a cabinetmakers bench as a table which Kevin may find interesting. The entire building is of authentic, rustic charm that you could imagine on ...
... others continue on to 2am. Today we wake up early and make our way to Florence where we are shown the Peruzzi leather goods showroom. The staff pick out a few models to showcase their jackets and end up making the right choice as several purchases are made by those in our tour group. We proceed on a walking tour and view the setting of many famous artworks. I opt out of the Uffizi gallery excursion for a day of shopping and I do some ...
... a few 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 ...
... another hot day...37 to be sure! Not far in the distance was the town San Gimignano, one of Tuscany's best preserved Midevil towns.It is nick named "Midevil Manhattan" for the towers that it has. The town is a small village with picturesque shops, streets and beautiful frescos. We walked up Main Street filled with shops selling leather, food ( typical food including wild boar salami) and cheeses. This lead to the main square where we stopped to have another Gellato (I had wine ...