Hotel Prategiano - Maremma Toscana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... again – just like one we took in 2008.
Tuesday, November 11, 2014
So this morning we set out for our very favourite Tuscan town Siena. It is half an hour from Ambra so easy to get to BUT we did get a little lost and then finding a park proved to be very tricky, once again due to the deadly red & white Italian circle which stands for Zona Traffica Limitata – so we needed to avoid getting a fine. Eventually we parked at the Railway Stazione and ...
... the artist who is beginning to win awards all over for his beautifully textured work. Love our new piece.
Took just a fabulous drive to Monteriggioni - incredibly picturesque. Very quiet with only a few shops open - found a Christmas pres for one daughter in law :) which is always such fun and came away with an amazing 100% super kid mohair shawl/scarf - beautiful!! Ate lunch in a very nice restaurant, preferring Rich's wild boar sauce and palledella noodles to ...
... Great visit to their fabulous Duomo tho' with Michelango's work in the Library of the cathedral. Stopped at an amazing extensive Deli/patisserie combo and bought some incredibe cookies for trip home. So many seem to be made with almond or marzipan - I'm in heaven tho' this is the first time we've stopped to buy some. Had lunch at the main square Piazza. Don't think we have had a poor meal yet!! Italians are ...
... who you wouldn’t want to cross, but he made the best panino in Italy! The fresh chunks of pecorino cheese and slices of fennel salami were as thick as the bread itself!
One of our favourite nights was going out with Margherita and some of the other guests staying at our B&B for wine tasting. Around 10 of the local wine producers once a week set up outside the Rocca, and for EUR 6 per person, you are given a wine glass (which you can also keep as ...
... olive oil cellar door that is open to the public on request or pre-arranged tours. Today we walked for about an hour from the hotel on part of the old pilgrim route, through vineyards and olive groves along local roads and country lanes. Some of the views of the valleys were magnificent and we had a good view of the hilltop town of San Gimignano with its spiring chimneys. The church in Pancole, which was always part of the pilgrim route ...