Relais Borgo di Stigliano
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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There was some sort of race, maybe a duathalon just finishing in the main Piazza, looked like my kinda race - most of the competitors were handed bottles of wine at the finish line! We wandered around the cute little streets and alleyways and found a nice restaurant for lunch. We had delicious pasta and risotto and then walked some more and stumbled across the ruins of an amphitheatre which impressed the kids and Shelton.
We were up early ...
... home on the 27th. Chris I have tried a couple of times to get you on viber with no luck and yes I would love to be picked up. The flight schedule is the same as the one originally just starts on the 27 th and arrives on the 28th I understand. Went into the village about 8 km from the b&b for dinner which was pleasant ordered a few things that I'd made in the Milano cooking school just to test the waters so to speak. Must say our efforts ...
... in them) from the Ponte Vecchio bridge to Katti House, in San Lorenzo. But first, we had to drop off the key a few blocks away at the rental car office. By the time we found the rental car place and headed on foot to our B&B I actually thought at that moment we were home free. But no, this was an adventure in and of itself. Three men carrying huge Gucci bags through the Centro of Firenze at 1230 in the am....use your imagination!
... Beni) so no photos. Google Siena for some great pics of what we saw. After that we head to the fully self contained, now 54 inhabitant, Monteriggioni fortress. Then Chianti, olive oil, balsamic vinegar and more tasting. And back on the bus to Firenze for 20:00. Long day. lovely day. We recommend www.mytours.it for this step back in time along the trail of the pilgrims from Canterbury to ...
... and poppies were in full bloom. We were met by the owners son, who took us into the cellar of a rustic stone building. As we sipped on the superb vintages he explained that the music was being played to enhance the quality of the grapes. The Bose Company supplied all the speakers that were set up everywhere, and that studies were being conducted by two universities. To our surprise most of the ...