CDH Hotel Radda
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... up to the visitor center. Once you arrive at this level the architect’s plan is clear, long low floors to keep a low profile, built over the wine processing areas, with the visitor center one floor below the top with a commanding view. The tour starts here with a video introducing the Antinori family and the concept behind the project. While you are waiting for the tour, there is a very impressive time-lapse video of the project's construction giving ...
... to sample a drop. The drive through the Tuscany countryside was so picture perfect, rolling hills filled with vine and olives groves, beautiful old stone houses, stone fences and people out waking and riding through the landscape. We had a funny sight just out of Florence, a girl on the side of the road in a very short dress waving us down. I said is that what I think it is, Jac just laughed. Around the next corner here were another three sitting on a bench and ...
... at Endicott, at least 3 girls cried. Honestly that's how harsh some of the critiques are. Just another reason to love Italy I guess :)
So Tuesday rolls around and I finally finished my project just the night before. We had to design an entire winery space. This included developing a concept, space planning, 3D modeling, technical drawings, and of course using sustainable materials. I spent so many hours on this project, but again not as much as I would ...
... shop on the way home!
Along the route back to San Michele, we spotted some kind of outdoor antiques/junk/garden shop of sorts, though with no one manning it to be found anywhere. So we captured the interesting things and went on our way back home. The scene was quite beautiful in spite of the odd and eclectic mix of objects, or maybe partly because of it. As always, enjoy the photos and let me know any you think might make good paintings.
... so expensive. We also went ahead and get some run and coke for our over night train...we had a couchette and planned on having a mini party. Let me explain how the over night trains work...basically you have something called a couchette which is what we paid for and it is a shared bedroom w six other people. Imagine something a quarter te size of your freshmen college dorm filled with three bunk beds high two across making six beds. I stayed on a bottom bunk. There were five of us ...