Hotel Le Capanne
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Apologies for any misspellings M's tablet is playing silly buggers which means that my painfully slow 2 finger typing has slowed to a crawl. We are overnighting in Chiantishire - Arezzo to be precise backdrop to life is beautiful. Its certainly a pleasant change of pace from overtouristed Florence. Warm golden stone arranged around piazzas with a church on every corner featuring some top notch artistry from Della Francesca ...
... must be an incredibly complicated schedule - everything is perfectly timed. We finished the visit with a wine tasting, and we ended up buying four bottles of wine (two to share with family and two to share with friends). It was such a wonderful day - we really enjoyed Alessandro and got to see SO much more than if we had taken a group tour or tried to do it on our own. Driving through the Tuscan countryside was just amazing - it might have been a once in a lifetime ...
... 8217;s another hill town set on top of a massive hill over-looking valleys filled with grapes and olive-trees. The town itself is a picture postcard on every corner, and the views out from it’s Piazza’s are some of the most perfect we’ve seen yet. It’s a bit of a climb from the bottom (our hotel) up to the top, and by the time we did our second run up there (it’s just a phrase – don’t worry – we never actually ...
... in this part of the town. We enjoyed some gloat for our afternoon snack. After a little relaxation we made our way to the Duomo and Baptistery. Both very beautiful! I took tons of pictures to capture the moment! We went in a few shops here and there that looked appealing to us. I ended up buying a pair of flower earrings that I love!!!! On our way home we were running late and didn't think we would catch the train, and ...
... Museum where we saw Michelangelo's David, quite magnificent in all his glory.
I snuck a papparazi photo while the guards were not looking. Also showing was a Robert Mapplethorpe photo exhibition which was also interesting. Next was lunch; Florentine Steak and glass of Chianti, yumm. After leaving the restuarant, we wandered past a leather shop where Jane bought ...