CDH Hotel Radda
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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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 ...
... a Burger). After that I headed for Hotel Aldobrandini. I thought that I might have to use my GPS to find it, but my memory served me well and I walked right to it, as if I was on rails. I buzzed the door and the massive wooden door slowly swung open via the hydraulic assist, exactly as I remembered.
When I got upstairs, I was disappointed to find that Ignazio wasn't at the desk. The woman there at the time was efficient and business-like but not ...
... be as simple as: good bread, prosciutto, olive oil and one good cheese. Simple. And great wine! Between wineries we visited a medieval village (yeah, I know, another one; they're all starting to blend a little now). I know that my photos do not capture the wonder of Florence and the Toscano region, but I assume that they will help me to remember once I am home. Off to the Uffizi tomorrow - ...
... joyfully revelling in the moment. We resisted the urge to cross the bridge to Firenze 'proper' and instead meandered the streets on the south shore.
Hotels and condos gave way to restaurants and bars mingled with tiny or narrow bohemian shops where artists worked, displayed and sold their creations.
We returned to a funky bar we had passed where they had live music and an uber bohemian vibe. Their was a library full of ...