Hotel La Collegiata
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... we couldn't find John, Laurie, and Tom. Our group met up with the van folks - many of us had decided that we wanted a ride back - we were done with biking for the day . Except that - even with folding up our Bike Fridays - we couldn't fit everyone who wanted a ride - plus the bikes in the van. So Barbara and Avi started out riding. The rest of us went with Colette in the van . . Then Colette ...
... away. After our nap we took the 2km walk into the town that was just shutting down for the night. Their pizza crust was a cross between pizza at home and pizza in Rome. Add stellar desert and you have a winning meal. Then it was back to napping so we could check out early and head to ...
... needed a nap...macchiato after we woke up and time to watch the weddings...see the picture...one of about four. We came back up for supper...caprese salad and some cheese and salami. After clearing up, we went in search of the Rificolona parade. What a fun thing...nuns, priests, monks, kids with lanterns and bad boys with pea shooter....drums and flags and a bazillion parents and grandparents! Home now and looking forward to Mark and Ann arriving tomorrow ...
... calling a wine a Chianti. The guy who was leading the grand presentation was a manager or something but he was pretty cool - always addressing us with 'Ladiiiiiiiiiies.....(long pause) and Gentleman' which he obviously played out the pause each time as the room got gradually louder with more wine. We also had some aged balsamic vinegar (two types - one 12 years and the other 20 years old) on cheese and bread which was exceptional. I think this was my favourite surprise - just how ...