La Melosa Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... party" hostels. Hard to tell the difference at the time of booking.
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... and not much else. However as well as a mixed platter of both we share a very nice bowl of spicy zuppa di farro; farro translates as spelt, but it seems very much like a barley soup. Then it's back to the B&B to hide out from the rain. Rather than brave the weather again we wimp out and dine on some sweet Calabrian dried figs and tasty pecorino cheese that we picked up at the nearby supermarket while we were ...
... horse wins WITHOUT a jockey. Look and see...http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ib ZP0r5F500
Lunch was had at a local resto in Siena. Not bad sampler of pastas but we have had better versions of gnocchi, spaghetti and lasagne on the trip.
After a walk around Siena with the local guide and lunch, we had a little free shopping and wandering time before heading for a quick stop ...