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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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I spent the three days in Arezzo, Toscana. I've sent photos as I can't describe it well enough. It is such a lovely town. Smaller than Siena, but a lot of charm. From my bedroom window I could watch the people walk up and down the street in the evening. Still busy at 11pm. I walked and explored. There was a bar downstairs where I had breakfast and an ...
... Greve in Chianti (our biggest village) about 5 Kms away, to see the markets, but parking was at a premium it was crazy so we forgot that idea!
First stop was Montefioralle - a walled small mediaeval village, this dates back to 11th centenary, although there seems to be some conjecture if it was actually built around 9th centenary as a trade sideline for Greve. Apparently in 1325 it was take over and the ...
... a couple from Denver, Colorado in this car and I think he first thought there was just two of us and started helping loading bags up on the racks, and then two more of us showed up! We did have a nice chat with them and then they left to go on to Sienna.
The train ride was a little over two hours and then we arrived in Arezzo. It is a beautiful town of about 90,000 with lots of ...
At breakfast, there were 5 tables. Three of them were from NC! What are the odds? Two from Wilmington, and another from Charlotte. The lady from Charlotte peaked our interest in visiting Cinque Terre. But, our schedule is full. We had to confirm our Tuscany Tour for Tuesday (which we booked and paid for last week.) When the concierge called, they said they might do the tour, and they might not....they would let us know ...
... other villages, it has it’s old, walled part, but also a more modern area outside of the walls. The old village was neat to see, but we were not overly impressed with it. We had some incredible gelato there though. Italians do know how to make Gelato!! They do have a huge Piazza, or square, that is quite impressive. It was fun to walk around and see all the old buildings.
On our way back to the Villa we decided to go to one ...