Hotel Sabbia D'Oro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... did more in so little time as France’s all time greatest military mastermind and badboy, Napoleon Bonaparte.Though the Emperor escaped less than a year after being “exiled” to Elba ( I think that's like the penal equivalent of a slap on then hand then a hand massage!! ).
Napoleon left a lasting mark on the island and its inhabitants who, even now, almost 200 years later, still say a Mass each May for his soul at Chiesa della ...
... is still cheaper than a hostel or hotel. But tonight wasn't the night we were going to start that approach... Nope instead we rode till a few minutes before sunset and headed down a muddy driveway into a winery orchard. Something you could never do back home. We found a cozy corner not to far into the property, both of us not wanting to appear to be trespassing or causing harm. We enjoying the dry quite evening and simple gnocchi and pesto ...
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We then moved onto our last stop, Radda el Chianti which was another small fortified town and we were warned was the last place we would be able to do any shopping, get cash, etc for the next two days as we would be staying in a very isolated area!!! What we weren't told was that we are staying in a Villa owned by one of the wealthier families of Italy and it is amazing. We have a huge room with four poster bed ...
... Stopped to make pictures of the sunflowers on our way to Firenze. Florence is so beautiful. I love all the marble and influences from the renaissance masters. Michelangelo's David was awesome. We started by getting a good view up from the top of a hill. Could see all the main attractions. Then we were down amongst it. Very busy with all the tourists. Quaint little narrow back streets. Carlos pointed out the little openings in the walls of ...
... little town of Montecerboli and then went for a long walk around the village of Sasso Pisano. On the walk we saw steam coming out of the rocks! Parco delle Fumarole di Sasso Pisano was well worth the effort to see.
We continued on our walk and ended up a long way from town, and had to walk back in along a main road.
For dinner this evening we had planned to have pizza in the village. Imagine our disappointment when we arrived only to find they only do pizza on ...