Hotel La Balestra
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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And up, up, up the mountain we drove. For the 15 minute ride straight up the mountain side Giovanni explained to us that the entire country of Italy had been deforested in the days when people wanted to maximize farmland. But as people migrated to the cities and agriculture left the mountains, the country embarked on a huge reforestation project and now many of the mountain areas are growing new ...
... hearty greeting to them. Dianne manages to locate a gelateria in the main square that has no gelato - a first for italy. It sells magnums etc. Of course Bianca wants one.
We drive home happy with our day and cook some pasta and sausage up for tea, which is really nice. Dianne discovers her iPod is missing which puts a bit of a damper on our day. We enjoyed two beautiful hill top villages within 40 km of where we are staying.
... Emma were married. It was a lovely, simple church - privately owned - used for mass once a week and a wedding once a week. You really have to book ahead for a wedding. The owner does not even charge for the use!
As we moved through the village, Niņo found a restaurant and booked a table for us. So good to have a native speaker in charge. This restaurant was very small and the kitchen was minuscule. ...
... be an appropriate number. Dinner the first night included one of the few Tuscan whites, a Chianti, and another Reserva. When dinner was over, 17 drinking diners (one non-drinker, plus Davide and Paolo who seemed never to have sat down) had consumed 14 bottles. I didn’t count my own refills. I will gauge mine by the number of trips “down the hall” tonight.
D & M(in ...
... meeting-interacting-sharing space with an actual Italian as some people did in our program we went out, took in the beautiful are and scenery and yes of course nightlife ( and not just the bars advertising "5 dollar cocktails" to American students).. She was and is amazing.. School was everyday with extensive PLP Italian language for the first month or so before regular classes. Every morning meant a cappuccino and the occasional bombaloni and a short walk to school ...