Grand Hotel Tamerici & Principe
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... the town has more of a tourist feel than Pistoia, with plenty of nationalities all mixing it up.
We went as The WAG had reached a milestone birthday, (50 if you weren't sure), and her present was a free run at any treatment or treatments of her choice at The Excelsior Spa, one of the original establishments, opened in 1906 and still going strong. Of course, no one has suggested for a second that she's in need of some sort of regenerative ...
... for entry tickets so you don't have to wait in line. We were all getting a chuckle over that since we had to wait in line to get the tickets and then wait in a line by the museum to enter and then wait in line to go through security which included going through a metal detector and putting bags through the X-ray machine like at the airport. At the exit they funnel you through several gift ...
... glasses, and it seemed like there was some kind of showing upstairs, which we didn't try to press our luck and get into. Meg got a champagne in like two seconds because the guy apparently just offered it to her but when I got up he did no such thing so I had to actually ask for it. Luckily I know how to in Italian, and quick as a flash I had my own glass flute with bubbly that tasted expensive. Meg and I chatted for a while and then about ten minutes later the rest ...
... first pressing of the oil? Hence: Extra Virgin. IT also means it uses good cholestrols, not bad ones.
The one we would be tasting was made from 3 olives. I tasted the tiniest bit of it.. as he said it had a very spicy taste at the end. Interesting..
Next, was a sweet wine from 1999. It had the scent of honey and almonds. The older the sediment, the better the wine is. The wine we tasted was similar to Moscato. It was called ‘Vinsanto’.
... hunger made us give up on course corrections and just go to the next restaurant we passed. That's how we serendipitously came across Gusta Osteria where we had an absolutely delectable late lunch. Of course we came out and found the place we'd been looking for right around the corner in the shadow of an unmissable giant church!
The sky started to look menacing and shook loose a few warning drops so we hurried back to Antica Torre to get umbrellas - lovely ...