Gallia Palace Hotel Relais & Chateaux
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... hydro, Wi-Fi, restaurants, stores, a school, everything you need for a modern way of life. The amazing part is that they still live in the houses of their ancestors. They have not torn them down to build new ones, just adapted their lifestyles to live in this pretty village. A big difference here from France is that this village is a thriving hub of activity. Flowers that are blooming, kids that are running around, traffic going here and there. This is a ...
... mouth. Met a bunch of wonderful people at lunch for this week's adventure. We then received our bikes which are super top of the line Camparo carbon fiber bikes. I am trying my clipless pedals again to help (and hopefully not tip me over) on the hills. After everyone was fitted we headed into Bolgheri for a some gelato. The town was very quaint and bustling with the locals due to being a ...
... easy as it seems! Most places are 24hr self-service places, which require a bank card. A lot of them also don’t accept my card. I spent the morning trying place after place. I got to one place, which were just 2 pumps on the side of the road. I put my card in the machine, but it didn’t take it in like a normal working machine was. I stood there and scratched my head, and some kindly Italian lady pulled up to tell me that it was a closed petrol station! ...
... side of the peninsula, the walk was not quite as impressive as it seems, flat and not that hot today. Usual Italian beach except did have more public, vs rented, space than many. Very busy of course being peak season. Lovely park with children's playground in front of it. The usual mix of local fishing and pleasure boats along with some more expensive launches (the one opposite where I'm sitting for lunch is from the British Virgin Islands, nearly as ...
... drove up, around and through, stopping at Porto Ercole to wander along the harbour and onto the sea wall. This is the town where Carravaggio died in 1610.
Up the coast to Follonica, a popular seaside town. Chose a hotel right on the waterfront with sea views, then joined the locals and tourists in their evening prommenade. Enjoyed a scrumptious pizza, fortunately in ...