- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Baci. They are magnificent! Following our tour of the Perugina factory we travel towards Tuscany for of two night farm stay. The trip took an bit longer than expected as the driver lost his way a bit. Finally got to our destination and then had to wait for our rooms as they were not ready. The wait was worth it as the place was as you envisage Tuscany to be like. On the first night at Il Grande ...
... and tiramasu for dessert. A late sunset provided just enough time for additional wine on the grounds with a spirited game of kick ball with the two beach balls Molly brought purchased at the dollar store at home. We finally ended the game at a tie with nightfall and a sad Harrison to see it all end.. Tie game to be continued tomorrow, we promised. A bunch of very tired campers dragged ourselves upstairs to sleep lying down in our luxurious home away from home. Buona ...
I had been expecting to have lunch al fresco, so was a tad disappointed when we were ushered into a rustic style dining room. We were, however, seated right near the prince and the food and wine were both top quality. After lunch the prince lingered out front chatting with his guests. April questioned our guides about his children and when they told her he had an 18 year old son (first heir), we were all desperately seeking Fillipo! Sadly he failed to ...
... View was beautiful, of the Duomo Cathedral and city. We then went to our rooms. Very large! King bed! Boy's room had twin beds. We then walked to the city hall square looking for dinner. What an amazing area! The sculpture and architecture were lit up - breathtaking! We ate dinner at Gustoleo. Terry and I had florentine steak, Grant had lasagna and penne, and Dominic had 2 large pizzas! Very good, great atmosphere. Bed at ...
... where I bought a copper olive oil container where the girl at the counter had to look in her Italian to English dictionary to translate what the word for copper was. The road from where the Prada outlet in Montevarchi to our villa was a curvy, windy road, with most of it atop a ridge with views of Tuscany on both sides. We saw a vineyard with two men picking the grapes by hand that we stopped ...