Hotel La Collegiata
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- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... made masks and other shops with goods unique to this area. Glenys and I bought a leather bag.
We arrived back at the hotel at 5.45 pm. I went for a walk to put some laundry into the lavanderia but she had closed for the night, I will have to wiz down in the morning before we head off to Florence. No need for dinner tonight, I went to the bar and ordered a cup of tea and I had a piece of fruit that I had taken at breakfast.
... in his car. We saw Tuscany at it's best, we have had lovely weather, and could see for miles. In Tuscany they have fields of Sunflowers, olive groves, grape vines, and on a lot of the high hills there is a walled city or monument, it is amazing how they build them. We stopped at Castlenuovo
and wondered around, Geoff is an artist and he showed us the local
artworks in the towns. We had a coffee and then went ...
... mirrors in & still only had inches to spare. (by the way we've only paid for one driver - Catherine. So she has to navigate all these narrow lanes) Arrived in SG in pouring rain & fog. Can't see any of the towers - can barely see the walls as we drive around the town to get to our 'agritourisimo'. Navigate through the fog, then see our place on the next hill. Are meet by the owner's dad, who runs the farm & winery. He has no English (other than 'no ...
... paintings and shows us the beauty of everyday people. We had a gelato break (no new champion today) and then a rest at our hotel before dinner at a restaurant just down the street, recommended by the hotel. Along with our pizza (that we shared this time) we also had a salad with some of the yummiest buffalo mozzarella I've tasted. I love the simple, but delicious ingredients here that make up the wonderful meals we've had. Something to use as inspiration when we get home, no ...
... contemporary art showcasing extremely talented artists.
Towers, cobblestones and touristic appeal.
We are now into November and officially the beginning of the offseason. This place was packed with tourists. Walking around was possible but parking was absolutely jammed, us having to line up on the street just to access the lot. It boggles the mind what this little town is like in high ...