Hotel San Luca
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... br> 2. Assisi
3. Montepulciano / Montalcino
5. Chianti Road, One of the highlights was an old convent (still active) at the top of the hill that is also a winery...Badia a Coltibuono. They had wine in their cellars dating back to the early 30's and according to the girl that took us on a tour, some of the bottles are still ...
... shop. I made a purchase there then headed back to Hotel Italia to see if Jack was ready to walk down the hill to get the car and drive it into town to pick up our suitcases. We left Cortona in the direction of Perugia in search of the A1 autostrada to Rome. Orvieto is about halfway from Cortona to Rome. We knew that Rome was 140 kms away, so our trip shouldn't take that long. We found the autostrada without any drama, collected ...
... espresso, cappuccino, etc.), sodas, wine, beer, liquor. Most will have a few basic food items - maybe some pastries, pizzas, bruschetta, and/or sandwiches, but probably not anything that would need more than a toaster oven to be prepared. You can find pizzerias & pastarias most anywhere. A trattoria may have a mix of pasta, pizza, sandwiches. If you want "real food" (and even that is somewhat subjective), you need a ristorante. Gelatorrias are easy to find and all ...
... he was tired but it was only half serious whining. We finished a lot earlier that anyone had expected which meant that we had to wait outside, in the cold, for 45 minutes. Luckily, it was warmer today so it wasn't too bad.
On our return to the house I spent a looong time doing some English practice with Metta, had dinner (which I didn't cook- yay!) and am now finishing the day with 'Friends'. Is there a better end to a day? I think not.
So, today started with me learning a whole load of Gormiti-related words (you remember the Gormiti, right? The little toys Camillo has. I think I mentioned them before). This is because I found a couple of cards that came with the toys. I have decided that children's toys are the only way to learn languages. So anyway, my Italian vocabulary now contains super useful words such as 'spore asfissianto' (poison spores) and 'annientero' (annihilate). You ...