Castello Di Spaltenna Exclusive Tuscan Resort & Spa
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... ll use this to come back, I think the train may be a better option. Quick cold drink near the main station then a 10 min walk along Via Nationale and we arrived at our very plush hotel on Via XXVII Aprile. Nice room but the only view is out onto the back of the hotel.
... machines of biking. Very light, very comfortable, and should I dare say very fast? The hills were easy on our 37k ride, even a couple of the hills that were like getting to the view point near Saltery Bay in PR seemed easy. The "granny gear" wasn't even needed. Leslie and I were both a bit nervous on the downhills given the earlier crash, but after seeing one of the guides fly by me on a downhill taking corners like the we're straight lines, I gained a lot of ...
... looking at Neptune and David as it got darker. A bottle of Pinot Grigio and Tagliatelle Pesto for me, and vegetable soup and pasta with smoked salmon for Lyn. Obviously he helped with the wine! We wandered back to the Piazza Santa Maria di Croce and then back to the hotel stopping for organic gelato on the way. Endomondo showed another 3 miles on top of the 5 this morning !!!
Did that even start to work the gelato off I wonder??
... painted it with so much soul, I had to get it.
I have included a few photos of Florence to fuel your envy. When I left on the train this morning all the Italians were dressed head to toe in snow gear so I was lead to believe it was going to be the coldest day on record. Luckily they were wrong in their predictions and we were blessed with blue skies.
I'm pleased to say, ho incontrato molti amici a Prato :) I do miss and love i miei amici e la mia famiglia ...
... the unity and new growth that would happen in Italy's future. He wore them on a sash at the unification ceremony. Ricasoli was just 20 years old when he started experimenting in viniculture with the goal of producing high quality wines that would compete with the French. Chianti Classico was born and won a gold medal at the Paris exposition in 1867. Chianti Classico was being shipped around the world in the early 1900s. I asked the significance of the ...