Hotel Piccolo Ritz
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... Pitecchio. What a pretty town with lovely roads, bridges and of course the Viaduct that we see on the way up to Ulivetto. Josy, the Kramers and Phil and Di will like seeing the photos up close to the viaduct which is huge and was apparently bombed by the Americans during world war 2. We also went up much higher to Cireglio where Phil and Craig walked last week. ...
... time to spend in Siena and we enjoyed sipping an amazingly good coffee while looking out over the piazza. We got back on the bus and drove out into the stunning Tuscan countryside. It was everything we expected and wanted Italy to be - with rolling hills of vineyards and olive tree groves. We arrived at a farm where we had lunch. Fattoria Poggio Alloro is an organic farm and was so picturesque. We ate a delicious lunch in a long dining room ...
The international cycling championships started today. We received an email from our rental company advising us that we might have to adjustable for travel to or from the train/bus station due to road closures. That made us a little nervous since we need to be a the airport by 5:30 next Saturday. We decided we better check the situation out. Wow...have you ever tried to ride a bike on large uneven pavers at about 30 miles an hour? Don't....VERY ...
It's 5:30 pm (17:30 Italy time since they use the 24-hour clock), and we're on the train again heading back after our second day trip to Florence. It's hot again (supposedly 20 degrees hotter than usual) and it hit 96 today, a whooping 4 degrees cooler than yesterday, not that we could really tell the difference.
We met our tour guide, Sandra, at the train station and off we went on foot. We had group reservations at the Uffizi ...
We caught a taxi to the station to catch our train to Florence. We had to reserve our seats so we were in the first class and once again benefitted from the free drinks. This time we were seated that we couldn't really enjoy the landscape and then just before Florence you pass through a lot of tunnels. As we came out of the one tunnel it was poring and I was dreading having to find our apartment in the rain. Luckily there was no rain in Florence when we arrived so we didn't get ...