Hotel I Portici
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
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... His grace would have sustained me and kept me true had I been. A very sacred site indeed! On leaving the Colosseum different to how we entered, we were immediately disoriented in how to get back to our coach to rejoin the others who did not do the guided tour. Panic and fear described our predicament! Overly late people would be left behind to make their own way to the next hotel city. Finally we managed to get to the right spot only a few minutes late which was OK. But we ...
... it) if interested!! Unfortunately the actual castle was closed due to a wedding reception being held, but from the pictures it looks stunning. Apparently this castle originally belonged to the Benedictine Monks around 1250. Once again it was reinforced by Florence, to fight off Siena, only 20 Kms away.
We then cut across the countryside driving past the outskirts of Siena taking us to ...
... yucky pizza and I have the worst pasta carbinara I've ever tasted. I have a few bites then push it aside. Maria has made the intelligent decision to wait and have a burger at the train station in Pisa.
Now we ask our GPS to get us to Lajatico. We have tickets to see Andrea Bocelli at the Teatro del Silenzio tonight. The theater is only used once a year for Andrea who was born near here. We have to ...
So we were told about this winery/B&B called Casa Al Vento by someone we met the previous day. Located in Gaiole in Chianti, we were looking for somewhere to take cooking classes, so we made a reservation and headed to Gaiole in Chianti for our 4:30 rendezvous with the chef.
Leaving Greve down SP222, we turned off at Castellina and headed toward Radda and Gaiole. Arriving early, we stopped by Castello di Meleto. With a history dating back to ...
Driving the roads of the Chianti region in central Italy has been one of the nicest things I have ever done. Around every corner is a new discovery, a wonderful vista, another castle, some more autumn colours, a slick cyclist, another fast car or a local tractor towing some contraption.
The valleys are filled with green grassy flats with typical mountain streams; the hills covered with ...