Grand Hotel & La Pace
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- TV Channel One Russia
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... the car park at Montecatini Alto instead – which is the old town at the top of the steep hill. We parked at the bottom and walked up. Whilst very warm it was gorgeous. Several cats, lovely old homes and pretty views were most apparent until we got to the Giuseppe Giusti square. How pretty it was – with several restaurants. We had a slow, leisurely and rather rip off lunch of pizza and Caprese salad but it was ...
Today we saw the sights. We walked around town looked at the cathedral and baptistery! Walked through the markets, across the Ponte Vecchio, and all across town. Visiting David, the Rape Of the Sabine statue, and all the other wonderful statues and curiosities ...
... and olive oil mouthfuls. Some of the cheese we only good five days after being made so it would be the last time I had one in a while. :( After we finished eating we drove to a cool town called San Gimignano. It had once been a rich town filled with 72 stone towers (medieval skyscrapers). When we got to San Gimignano we went to a place that in 2008 and 2010 had be named the worlds best gelato. It was one of the best gelato I have had yet ...
A little later start this morning, when we popped out of the door...there was our lovely driver Alessandro...he loaded us into his van and off we went to the Val d'Orca...think Brunello, pecorino and Vin Nobile de Montepulciano! There was an accident on the superstrade so the plan changed and we started in Montalcino at a winery making some very good Brunello for some very long time. Brunello ...
... our way to the location of the 500 Touring Club and meet with our guide, Andrea, an ex-pat from Australia who is married to her tour partner Giuseppe, a native of Florence. The couple have acquired and restored a small fleet of these iconic vehicles. They have lovingly named each of their cars and we'll be driving Giaccomo today. Altogether there will be 4 Fiats in our little caravan this morning. After a brief "driving test" (we had ...