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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Relais Varnello Brisighella
Travel Blogs from Brisighella
... stories in English, playing ALOT of card and board games. I went in Firenze one morning to Giardini Boboli and Bardini. Both were stunning. I also stayed in Firenze one weekend and met up with Jennifer, she's an american living in Firenze and is my cousin's ex boyfriends cousin, a starnge link. She is super lovely. We went out for apertivo (Italian version of happy hour- drinks and buffet food), and then to ...
... for the week that followed.
As we had hoped, Mauro began harvesting the grapes that same Wednesday and we had the unique experience of participating in many steps of the wine making process. It was not easy work-- we spent eight hours a day picking, snipping, and cleaning grapes from the vines in the hot sun, while fighting wasps, spiders, and stubborn mosquitoes alike. We lugged and loaded box upon box of sangiovese, merlot, and ...
... let alone sit down! Some of the Italians were laughing at the mad Aussies with our Aussie flag and Aussie flag tattoos on our faces - barracking for Casey Stoner and the Ducati team and not their hero Valentino Rossi (even though we cheer for him too!)
When we finally found a spot we were behind some Italian blokes up against the wire fence. Steve went to find some lunch after the first race while the kids and I guarded our position - he ...
... or very few). The road is very narrow, so when car's passed we had to step in the field - that is if there was a field. Pretty flowers And lovely countryside We eventually got to the crossroads, and enjoyed sitting in the park for a ...
... of the Sik at Petra - and thats not just the librarian in me talking - thought I wouldnt fancy applying the ol Dewey decimal to all those ancient roman scrolls! The 3 days on the ferry were mind numbingly boring. The highlight of each day were meal times and **** times. Thank heavens for a Kellerman novel I managed to swop in Pamukalle - i read all 670 pages in two and a ...