- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... also noted that the stuffed boar in the small establishment wore the same hat. The boar, he pointed out, was one of his two bosses; the other being his wife clearly.
We bought a jar of the chocolate truffle sauce and a bottle of wine and then Marco dropped us back off in Greve to enjoy lunch on our own for an hour and a half.
After a quick cafe latte (me) & expresso (Matthew) at a small cafe where I forgot my purse in the bathroom (lol), ...
... Glynis so enjoyed the Vernaccia wine he served she bought a bottle and carried it around in her backpack all afternoon! Vernaccia wine is a local speciality and is an aperitif style.
San Gimignano for us was all we were hoping for and more - words seem inadequate, however hopefully some of our photographs will help to tell the story - a definite highlight of our time in Italy.
Will post part 2 of Tuscany/Chianti in a couple of ...
The b&b I am staying in is a magic old stone building beautifully decorated in a provincial farmhouse style. My guess is, it was probably workers cottages for the castle on the hill directly behind the house, and this is supported by the fact that there are similar houses side by side. Built by craftsman long gone Its solid it was certainly built to last centuries as the walls are about a foot thick.i don't know what the real age of the place ...
We got a sleep in today as we are going to Siena and it is much closer. Siena is just a fabulous town. We were dropped at the gate near the Basilica. Went inside which was amazing. I have become one of the group in the fact that there were signs everywhere saying no photos which seem to be ignored by everyone so I just ignored them too. I was only told off once! We then walked up to the Duomo - ...
... t the best. They had this huge church there, it's design was quiet impressive. So detailed.
As I adventure through the town of Siena, getting lost on the way between the side streets, I finally make it to the Piazza. In the Piazza there were a few market shops and not too many people. In the middle there was a fountain type thing, where there were heaps and heaps of coins ...