Grand Hotel Milano
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... what a gift voucher to their restaurant means. Back home for a yummy buffalo mozzarella lunch and little rest. In the afternoon we drove down to another couple of little towns nearby – Pietra Viva – cute but we really loved Monte Bechine – hilltop, little castles and lovely homes. I believe it is quite the spot for tourists in the summer time with expensive hotels. Back to the bar for more drinking and internetting – so that I could upload ...
... parking bays for stops and pictures...for this view was spectacular.
It's a clear day, we leave the car and there before us, in all her glory is Mt. Vesuvius. The first time I have seen her not enveloped in cloud. She was showing off, well and truly. Laying at her base and spread as far on this side as you could see, is Naples and surrounds. I hope the pictures capture the sense of beauty. We were indeed blessed.
Then back in the car and ...
Wednesday, November 12, 2014
We had a more local day today as the area is so pretty. We washed/dried/ communicated with the Harveys about our potential extra air conditioning (thank you Peter) and then set out for two little towns nearby which Craig had investigated. Firstly we went to Castelnuovo Berardenga. This was a very pretty little town with ...
Today we slept in a little and hung around Ambra for a while – had a good talk with Alexander as Emily has just left. Then we went to Silvia's place – looked at her new garden developments and then picked up Duche from school. Lovely quick lunch and then we drove the 'boys’ into Levane and then onto the autostrada to Guacila?? We left them at the stadium and then Silvia took us to the Ceraldo Monastery – I may have the ...
... to Volterra for the novel, but to Montepulciano to take pictures of where the scene was actually shot. So:
It was an unbelievably twisting, corkscrew drive up the mountainside to the town of Volterra. This may have contributed to Hollywood selecting the much more approachable town of Montepulciano as the location for the New Moon scenes. Getting all the movie hardware up to Volterra would have been a harrowing ride ...