Hotel Nuova Grosseto
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... a beautiful wrap and nothing for Toni or Ian. Tomorrow June 7th is a special day here where each section of the town has there own flag and they will celebrate the medical days. It is also a religious pilgrimage day. The Basilica in the middle of the town has all the frescos and sculptures you would normally see on the inside of the church on the outside so people could see and worship as they were passing by. Wish we were able to attend but ...
... and the price of each pour. They have every Brunello produced available for tasting, from the 40 Euro per bottle to the upper end 300+ Euro ones. Samuele is quite knowledgable and helpful. And the 2010 Fanti Vallocchio we selected is superb! Samuele ships free to the US so he may hear from us again!
That night, tired from the day’s travels we elect to have dinner in the hotel restaurant. What a great choice by two road-weary travelers. Pam had the best dish ...
... What a view you could see for miles and miles (you could make a song out of that) we must have climbed a hundred steps, so steep and narrow!!! My calves are just aching and I could hardly breathe by the time we got to the top even Ian was huffing and puffing!! We met up with Kerry and Toni sitting at a restaurant right by our hotel drinking wine (shocker) already after their tough shopping trek!! We then joined them for lunch Kerry had ...
Our last breakfast on the terrace. Noticed the Windstar had pulled into port. After breakfast Ian and I went to town about a 25 minute walk to pick up the car. We got to Europa car rental only to find out we needed our passports. Ian bless his heart walked back to the hotel to get the passports and I stayed in town. As I was waiting I started to walk towards the church in the middle of town and noticed the doors were open, went inside ...
... that the swimming pool is shut (as is the disco but that’s not such a bad thing) and the campsite is busy, especially as today is a public holiday in Italy, Republic Day, celebrating the birth of the Italian Republic in 1946. Most Italians are making the most of a long weekend. The campsite is also hosting two sets of German teenagers on their school trip along with the usual Dutch and German contingent. We ...