Park Hotel Ripaverde
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... and the clock tower. This piazza is also where they have the big horse races in July and August around the circumference of the oval. Sounded like quite the event! We also spent some time in the Duomo, another beautiful space. We found that once we were out of Florence and into Tuscany, the landscape changed dramatically. It became extremely hilly with plenty of vineyards and olive groves. We certainly got plenty of ...
... thru the tunnel road and up the hill to our b&b which at 145 euro for the night was at the upper scale until we get to Rome. Our hotel proved to be nice and the people genuine and friendly. Our room had a gazebo bed over a lounge and bathroom so added a lot more room than usual but as only one night only took the pjs up the stairs. We headed up for a coffee at the top most hotel that was very nixed, ...
... decide to get something for the car. OK, now this is getting ridiculous! BUT…we get it anyway – an Italian flag coin purse for parking meter change! Too cute.
Several stores are explored for a variety of good and such, but nothing procured. UNTIL…we find a shoe store. I see a pair of boots that I HAVE to try on. So unique. So out of character for me – nothing I would consider to wear but ...
... out for some vino & pizza! I found an adorable pizzeria & ordered a half litre of white wine & a proscuitto & mushroom pizza. It had been a day of surprises, one that I hope to never have to repeat, but then that is what I love about traveling, the unknown situations that you have to plow forward & humor yourself with.
Returned to my hotel for a nice hot shower & climbed into bed & slept like a baby!
... is still a complete food lovers paradise. Every food shop is more of a delicious deli, the coffees are the most affordable and the best tasting in Europe, the restaurants are plentiful and so far delightful (fresh hand rolled pasta topped with truffles shaved as though it's Parmesan, of course it's like heaven!) Throw into the mix beautiful Tuscan wine producing towns such as Montalcino (as in Brunello Di Montalcino) and Montepulciano, where you can ...