Hotel Pineta Country House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... a hill the sight of The Basilica is astounding. The whole town is perched on the side of the hill. An incredibly old town with skinny, windy roads. The hotel is fabulous with great views from the room and public areas out side, down across the valley below. Free a quick check in we returned to the bus to have a guided tour of the old part of Assisi and the Basilica. It was a difficult walk up steep winding roads. Once inside more ...
... a self serve buffet type place which she wanted to return to so we walked back up the hill to find it. Less than appealing unless you wanted a large lunch. I had a couple of vegetables, a small potato thing and another small unknown item. It was good nonetheless and cheap at only 3 E. We followed that up with a gelato which was also good but not cheap and not so generous on the portion size. After a break at the guest house we took the bus down to modern Assisi - Santa Maria ...
... now emphatically said 1 East 400metres down and behind track 1 where we were. Off we hustled as it was now past the scheduled departure. As luck would have it the train was 5 minutes late departing so we made it but barely! It is warm and humid and we were both exhausted and drenched . I am writing this on the train and should be in Assisi by 1630!! Arrived at the guest house just before 5. Assissi is spectacular, a wonderful site from the train seeing the basilica and the ...
... just makes sense to shut down. At Bano, we were treated literally, to the largest meal of my life. It started with a plate of sample appetizers. Several sides of pizza also came out. However pizza here is basically flatbread, mildly seasoned. There is no sauce, cheese or toppings on it. After the appetizers came large single bowls of squid, small snail like shells (where you needed a toothpick to get the "meat" out), and ...
... to burn off. We got to ride in the back of the tractor down into the bottom of the vineyard then walked our way back. From there we went back to the factory and toured every possible part of the process, from dumping the grapes off, to yeast fermentation to aging to bottling. We were then treated to a wine and cheese tasting where we bought wine and met the general manager. We then drove to Monte ...