Hotel La Collegiata
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... thought quite foolhardy but was probably normal for back roads in Italy. The views were spectacular and had there been the remotest widening in the two lane roads we might have stopped for photographs.
Volterra is the loftiest hill town in Tuscany. We thought parking would be easy given there seems to be an alphabet of parking lots, but we did do a circle just below the town until we all agreed blue lines meant parking, ...
... sandals were ready. We headed back to the car around 2.30pm just as the heavens were opening. We picked up some bread rolls on the way to the car and I made a little picnic in the back of the Kangoo as another electrical storm unfolded. We drove back to the villa and spent the early evening in the pool and chilling out. At 8pm the owner Katia sent her brother-in-law to the house for us to follow in the car back to her house ...
... on it) and just got back to the van in time for the rain to start. So we sat it out for about half an hour before heading to the meeting point for our cooking glass.
Our guide, Fulvio, met us. He was a jolly looking kind of guy with long grey hair. We went back to his Tuscan Villa and met his parents (who didn’t speak any English). The cooking class was out of his kitchen so we definitely ...
... group again. Mixture of sadness to farewell the group, we have spent much sweat together up the hills, and enjoying dinners together, but also relief to be on my own again...
As I leave and wander around a few shop windows, a woman nearly manages to make off with my wallet, but I catch her in the act! She just stands there, as I swear at her, and double check the zips on my bag! I thought I was being careful! I separate my ...
... on their way and we go and watch the kids do their thing with the grape stomping. On the Qin to Florence we see another couple get fined for no ticket...they must do a roaring trade. We make it to Florence and this is truly the last time we will follow Google maps instructions. We go in a huge big loop laden down with our packs only to find later that the true distance is so much more direct and about half as far as we end up walking. Rosy, who ...