Hotel Villa La Grotta
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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... spoiled, because the other cathedrals in Europe are not this decorated with color. Not that they aren’t beautiful, they are not as colorful!
Next was the Palazzo Vecchio, Florence’s Old Town Hall. We saw the fake David. The original was moved to the Academia. We took a stroll by the river and to the Ponte Vecchio. The jewelry shops were closed. Thank God! We walked around a little more and then went back to the Casa Rabatti to get some ...
Today we were picked up early by Simone and Ricardo, our indomitable drivers who whisk us off to Chianti to experience cooking in Tuscany. The ride is about an hour and the twisting roads and playing on his DS proves to be more than Harrison's stomach can bear. With less than five minutes left to our trip, disaster hits and shirt and shorts become unwearable. Not a problem when Simone is on ...
... and the rest of the office is very busy preparing for an event this coming weekend. Instead, she is able get me an appointment with the director of Castello di Verrazzano who is a great example of a local grower who has a strong marketing integration. I will be able to meet with the director to discuss all they do around marketing and advertising. They also host various workshops and events and are clearly the forerunners in the Chianti region. I'm looking forward to ...
... the Italian Sky. Beyond this victory in the hotel price gouging battle, we also decided to forgo the usual vaporetto and gondola forms of transportation and walked, everywhere, for hours. Through narrow alleyways, some dark and rather daunting I might add, we meandered finding little hole in the wall restaurants and cafes and generally just took our time exploring the island of Venice rather than sprinting from site to site. I'm sure many of ...
Today we broke up into 2 groups, half of us went to Chianti wine country and the other half went to Sienna. We loaded the bus around 9 and were met with our tour guide for the day, Todd Bolton, wine aficionado. The first winery we went too was one of the smaller winery's in the area, but possessed so much character and family tradition. We took a tour of the groves and then went into the basement to watch ...