Hotel Le Renaie
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... between Siena and Florence. The estate is surrounded by its own vineyards and olive groves, from which the Cesani Family have been producing for decades excellent wines and extra-virgin olive oil, combining harmonically respect for the environment and modern technologies, love for their ...
... onions - with local cheese and croutons on top. It was yum!
And then, it was back on the bikes - down the right road - and off for home! Colette and Tom decided to ride back via San Gimignano - Tom had left a water bottle at a bar there yesterday . . The rest of us headed back via that wonderful road we had enjoyed so much! Got back in time for a nice swim and some time to relax out by the ...
... wine, amazing butchers, different kinds of pasta and much more.
With the sun beaming down on us again we walked around the town, admiring dozens of small restaurants all with live music playing outside. The place was starting to get very busy by mid afternoon as we were leaving, the town obviously does very well and they really look after the place.
A great ...
... Being in another country surrounded by a lot of different cultures you realize to understand and respect their beliefs and reasoning's.
4. Going Out of My Comfort Zone: I'm doing things I would not normally do and going out of my comfort zone is the best way I've experienced new things and allowing myself to grow. Making the decision to study abroad was the start for me. You will be surprised as to what you are capableof doing ...
The weather forecast for today was rain, no if's or but's about it. Got up at 6 AM because I figured it would take an hour at least to walk downtown and find the place where the walking tour starts at 10AM sharp. I got going at 8:10 or so, walked down to where I could see the Signoria with its peculiar tower and crossed the next bridge after Ponte Niccolo which was extremely busy with traffic. Dodging tourists ...