Hotel Piero Della Francesca
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... And the rain greeted me as well. 40 minutes later we were "home" -- around 5pm. I'd been up for almost 24 hours with only a little cat napping on the short flight to Florence when I simply couldn't it keep my eyes open.
But! As soon as Lisa starting pouring Prosecco I was, of course, wide awake. Stayed in for dinner -- steak and salad with a delicious Aglianico. Love Italian red wines! And with Helena being a sommelier, it's ...
... it) if interested!! Unfortunately the actual castle was closed due to a wedding reception being held, but from the pictures it looks stunning. Apparently this castle originally belonged to the Benedictine Monks around 1250. Once again it was reinforced by Florence, to fight off Siena, only 20 Kms away.
We then cut across the countryside driving past the outskirts of Siena taking us to ...
... an Audi in our lifetime so we are making the most of it.
Our “home” at Mezzacosta was blissfully quiet and they had a dog so I was able to smother it with pats and cuddles as I really miss our “Patsy”. The hospitality of the Italian couple was second to none - in the mornings we often had pastries for breakfast left at our door, there were fruit, veges, snacks, numerous drinks including Grappo and wine for us to drink. I will have ...
We've been pretty lazy lately, so we decided to try and get a little bit of exercise. There is a bike rental place right around the corner so we took a couple bikes out for the day. They also rented scooters, which would have been a heck of a lot easier on these hills, but we went with the bikes. They were super nice bikes, luckily. There is a small castle town at the top of a hill right down the road from Greve called Montefiore. I don't know ...
... invite Bruce and Patrice to join us so it was on to find the biggest steak!!
Cecilla had suggested we try her butcher so we hung around at the internet cafe until he opened again after siesta. We soon found out he did not understand any English, and we had no hope understanding his Italian. We did however speak another language which Blenda will relate to, Nikon talk, and I did understand that he owned a D200 put ...