Hotel La Collegiata
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We stayed at an Agriturismo, owned by the Cesani family....
Azienda Agricola Biologica Cesani is an organic farm nestled in the rolling hills of the Tuscan countryside, in the tiny country hamlet of Pancole, 6 km to the medieval town of San ...
... our group would love that place as well . . . Have to share our finds! :-)
Dave discovered an Italian cooking school - so we watched that for awhile - and then we found this great little restaurant overlooking the valley - for lunch! We were early so we got ourselves the best table in the place! Wonderful find! Everyone had a pasta lunch except for me - and I just had to try the onion soup,made ...
... family) which covers the progression of Renaissance painting styles from early medieval 1200's to the High Renaissance 1550's). We loved the Botticelli's especially. Lots more fantastic sculptures in the Gallery also. Enjoyed a nice sunset over the Ponte Vecchio (bridge) this evening.
Wednesday 21 May: All smiles today at the hotel, although Robert is finding the shower here a little on the small side. It measures 2 and a third of Robyn's feet wide/deep (ie narrower ...
Arrived in San Gimignano late morning to explore the medieval town, deep in the Tuscan countryside. Well known for its 11 century towers, and given the nickname medieval Manhattan. Originally 72 were built as monuments to show the towns wealth, today only 14 remain. The place was stunning with its pristine cobbled streets packed full of small shops offering Italian ...
... relates to the story of David and Goliath in the Bible, and David stands there to remind the governing body that little people can triumph, and to "keep them honest".
Our next stop was the Ponte vecchio, a famous bridge in Florence because it is lined on both sides with jewellery shops. It was way too wet to go there, so we just took photos. Later, when Lizzy joined us the sun had come out, and once again she told us more. The Medici family had it's offices ...