Castello Di Spaltenna Exclusive Tuscan Resort & Spa
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Tennis Court
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... turn back or took a short cut not the far into the ride. The hard nasty rain never returned, but in never fully stopped either. Scenery was still wonderful! Dinner was very good, the other 12 guests are all very nice. Plan A was hard to implement as every one but Eros Poli and I cleared out by 10:30. Had a great chat with him over a couple glasses of fine wine. Gold medal winner in 84 Olympics in the team trial event, and tour de france stage winner ! Not just any ...
... in the Piazza del Campo, a gargantuan town square.
Beppe dropped us off at highest point of the town, right next to the duomo (cathedral). While a long line of visitors stretched outside of the entrance to the duomo, we opted to skip a peek of the interior and made our way to the town center instead. We stopped at a few shops along the way as Deigh was on a quest to find a bathing suit ...
... the shop which had leather and jewellery, Pete bought me a puzzle ring (a ring that if you take off it becomes a puzzle almost impossible to do back up. I LOVE it!!! We then took off for some lunch we went to a little café getting a bruschetta each fresh tomato and mozzarella was delicious for dessert we had chocolate filled doughnut. It was then time to meet up with the group for a walking tour of Florence, as it was stinking hot we tried ...
... relaxing and enjoyable experiences I have had in Italy.
When we arrived on Friday afternoon, we immediately embarked on a walking tour around the city with a guide. We walked around Piazza della Reppublica, Piazza Vecchio, and to Ponte Vecchio, the only Renaissance period bridge surviving in Florence thanks to the Germans during WWII. The city is truly an open-air art gallery. Ancient Roman statues and works of art stand side by side with ones from ...
... it was hungry while the Sienese rooster did not. The Florentine knight, with a head start was able to claim more land for Florence. Thus the black rooster symbol for Chianti Classico. Even though the Chianti region is now part of Sienna. We finished the tour and went down to the tasting room at the foot of the castle area. The tasting was complimentary, Of course we found two wines that we enjoyed, the top of their line and a reserva. We asked if they ...