Casa Al Sole
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a small hamlet, stone cottages , church tower and a red light. Drove into another gravel road and my goodness we were home.
We were wrapped, would of given Ken a hug after all that if I could, so just thanked him with a pat. We parked , got out of car,headed towards the building and we could hear a loud, "buona sera" but we couldn't see anyone. Again, "Buona sera" and this time there was a little lady with ...
... statue of a native son, Giovanni da Verrazzano. He was an Italian explorer who first charted the eastern seaboard of North America in the early 1500's. New York honoured his work naming the Varrazzano-Narrows Bridge and one of the Staten Island ferries after him. We all enjoyed exploring the many shops and restaurants around the old square. At least two spots offered wine sampling by vending machines. Debbie and her brother both ...
... that I was watchin rather than riding and feelin the wagon bounce around on the ruts under my seat.
Topped the round-up with a little site see-in in a nearby town, San Gimignano. Its known for its towers. We climbed to the top of the town tower to get a good view of the countryside. A real beaut. One more stop, for the last of them 'Yoteys. This here was the place of a real 'portant gent. He’d ...
... on their farm in Western New York where his family, being of good Italian stock as they were, also tended a vineyard. With this being the half way point of the tour, it's also time to give the Fiats a chance to catch their breath. The engines of these little jewels are air cooled, so we open the engine compartment lids to allow the engines to release some heat.
If vineyards are the most prevalent feature of the landscape in ...
... We booked into a hotel on the main square ( which was closing for the rest of the winter the next morning) and the headed out for a lovely meal at a local trattoria which was full of locals. Unfortunately, the lack of gelato in Orvieto and Panzano continued in Greve and the kids missed out again, much to their horror. I promised catch up gelatos once we found somewhere civilised enough to sell them in ...