- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... was just what I needed, As with the Spanish, many places serve an appetiser with drinks at this time of day. We were given delicious pizzas and bruschetta. Amazing dinner - very gastronomic style and opportunity to try very traditional fair. Walking back to hotel through the couple stone street a cat was hit by a scooter in front of us in the middle of a group of people - it was the most horrible sound and sight. today's ride details ...
... laced & tied by chef's expert hands. There was a brief lesson in foccacia and then on to dessert...Are you ready, Bill?... a flourless chocolate souffle! He gave me several different variations on the theme, none of which I'll probably ever be able to recreate. The final lesson was an item they call "cat's tongue" which sounds much more eloquent in Italian. It's a cookie-like thing that is hard to describe. When we were finished, we took a short break ...
... the shopping centre in the train station to check out the shops. There was a huge store similar to Domayne but other than that not much of interest.We got some more tissues and cold water at the supermarket for the day. We headed back up the mountain of escalators and travellators to the top. We went back to our room before heading back out. We had to get our bags and phones, we had left them to charge. The train station is only a minute walk from us.
We got on the ...
... villa 15 minutes away from Siena, and they were kind enough to let us visit them in Monaciano. The estate sits on top of a hill covered with grapevines, heavy with grapes that were ready to be harvested. I tried a few as we were walking around--they were MOLTO buono. The woman who owned the house was kind enough to give us a tour of the gardens around the largest building.
Such a nice area! It was an ...
... think more so for Stuart, I don't know what he expected, but he has been totally smitten with the country, well we both have. With it's food, it's scenery, it's art, it's laid back approach and/or disregard for rules and regulations, it's 3 hour lunch break... there's so much to love about this place!
We've got a few days now to relax and gather our thoughts so, good night...take it easy