Hotel Le Renaie
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We collected our car in Lucca and took off on our tour of Tuscany. This holiday seems to have so many different components; it is amazing. We wanted to vist San Gimignano, not because of it's heritage listing, but more so because of the family connection with Relle's great uncle; Lloyd Rees. He is quite a famous Australian landscape artist who has works hanging in most Australian galleries and some of his paintings have sold for over $100,000. I believe there may ...
... br> and after wandering around, we found a little place he knows and had
some lunch, local cheeses and breads, pigs cheeks, and the local stuffed
bird, with the local wines, more beautiful scenery and back for a
shower before off to there place for another lovely meal of meatballs
potatoes home made bread and cake with liqueur on it and of course more
local wine, quite a full day.
... we have no Italian. But we still managed to communicate, check in, get a bottle of the farm's wine & get some restaurant recommendations. Place is a postcard, with old farm buildings covered in vines, on top of a hill surrounded by vines. Once the rain & fog clears (Carlo promises it will be good in the morning) we'll see the towers of SG across the valley. There's a pool next to the farm buildings, with views across the surrounding hills & farms, and across the ...
... rushed by anything while glancing around acting just like tourists! Mind that we weren’t alone! There were many others just like us doing exactly the same thing because after all, this was the tourist spot and weren’t we tourists after all! Ha, ha, ha! We did inquire occasionally to a few passersby the directions to our hotel by showing them our map but this was simply to make sure that we were ...
... saw Palazzo della Signora, the Ponte Vecchio Bridge (we bought no Jewelry), we visited David, and finished by watching the sun set at Michelangelo Square above Florence.
We decided today would be a good day for a wine tour of the Chianti Region and boy were we right! This was a fantastic trip. We stopped at two wineries were we had chianti wines, vinegars, oils - even truffle ...