Hotel Ristorante Il Poeta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... have walked so far now that they just couldn't keep out the rain. I'm currently trying to walk-in a new pair of ankle boots, with a 'membrane' to repel rain and snow. These new boots couldn't save me from an embarrassing and painful 'capitombolo' (tumble) onto the road when I slid on a metal manhole, bruising my back and jarring my neck, but mainly losing my dignity! The next day was fine and sunny, and we had a really wonderful day in Lucca, catching an early train for the ...
... of San Gimignano. Took lots of pictures of the model and beautiful panorama from San Gimignano. Stunning!! Walked back through the Main Street and did some shopping. Italian aprons, ciao bella bag for Aimee and a miniature white and red chianti bottle. Very cute. Back in the bus at 5.15pm but again someone late. Didn't leave until just after 5.30pm. Back to Florence by 6.30pm. Off to hotel to drop things off and then back to ...
... and played cards! Our friend from Idaho bought some wine but we didn't have a cork screw so we had to be creative! We tried hitting it against the wall on the bottom of the bottle with a towel in between and that didn't work. We tried using a clothes hanger to make a hook to get it out, and that was a fail. So I randomly found a screw driver and we just hammered on it till eventually it opened and sprayed all over my face! We had some more of Jonathan's grandfathers wine ...
... late so we jumped in a cab and arrived 10mins later. The hosts, Silvia and Francesco were amazing. They welcomed us with a tour of our amazing apartment then took us on a tour of the complex and the surrounding streets. The ground level was built in 1BC! and the structure above were added in around 1400s. Silvia showed us the good grocery shops, restaurants, cafes and brought us ice cream at ...
... the cinque walks of course but only 2 of the cliff walks were open, the others closed because of mud slides not so long ago. Mia and I did the Vernazza to Monterosso walk on the first day. If you look at the photo of me at the end I look a bit distressed. It's a sheer climb up to the ridge then wind your way across the top and drop down on to Monterosso. The village of Vernazza I'm sure is the one you see in all ...