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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- TV Channel One Russia
- Pets allowed
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... Tuscan’s starved the black rooster to make him more aggressive. He ran like a champion all day and as sign of quality wine from the region, they now put a black rooster on all the bottles as a symbol of pure, Sangiovese grapes from the Chianti region of Tuscany!! Rock on!!
We then met some Canadians on the bus and had dinner with their tour group at a restaurant called Gallo Nero – Black Rooster!!
We shared a great bottle with them ...
... to try Grappa (a strong white whiskey? This could be wrong). It was not enjoyed by all. As the sun was setting we raced back to the castle to take in one of the most amazing sunsets of my life. The town has many sparrows, up there they would swoop down very close. They added greatly to the sunset experience. It was here we decided we would all get a small sparrow tattoo the following day. After a very failed attempt to ...
... br> The GPS didn't take us the direct route which was a good thing as we avoided the Autostrada. However, the roads were picturesque but not well maintained. Our hotel is great, modern with very helpful staff, great parking but once again, at the bottom of the hill where the town of Siena is located.
After a shower it was time for a nap - we had been up early this morning after all to catch the ferry. Kerrie then discovered the MotoGP on TV ...
Greetings! Today we drove to Siena. The drive was about an hour and was hilly, windy, and the most ridiculous vistas! Tuscany is so beautiful. We visited the Duomo first, and what a spectacular sight. So unique, with the black and white striped marble columns inside and marble inlaid floor. We sat down for a while and just marveled at the detail. This was a beautiful catherdal with architecture that was so different from ...
... long-standing rival, Florence. It was located on the site of a previous fort, known as the Cittadella/Citadel, which had been built in 1548 on the orders of the Emperor Charles V after the city came under the control of Spain, subjected to the authority of the Spanish ambassador, Diego Hurtado de Mendoza.On 26 July 1552 the Sienese rose up against the Spanish, expelling them from the city and destroying the ...