Relais Fattoria Vignale
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... stopped for a delightful lunch at a small town popular with cyclists and discovered amaretti di saronne or Italian almond cookies. I understand why everyone in Vancouver flocks to Commercial Drive or Hastings Street in Burnaby. Delicious.
We have another day in this part of Italy before we take the train into Rome which will be a shock after being in the country and away from the tourist magnets. We will decide tomorrow ...
... expensive but it was probably 2 Euro for the coffee and 3 for the view - well worth every Euro cent. That done, it was off to the shops! Florence is renowned for its leather factories and gold jewellery - two of Kerrie's favourite things. After purchasing a couple of leather handbags (Stacey - you get first choice) and a leather gift for Brett it was down to the Ponte Vecchio for a look at the gold. ...
The next place we stopped was Volpaia, a medieval castle/village perched on a hilltop.
After that, we drove on to Colombaio-via Regioni, just north of Siena, where we checked into a place called Villa Veronica, with amazing view of the surroundings.
After Marlena had a little nap, we had a midnight camping meal of noodles on the ...
... me of the secret garden from that book. Perfect place to get married actually, and a lot of people have done it. I asked if there was a purpose for the garden or if it was just for beauty, and he responded by saying the culture is to keep everything simple. It is very different from a lot of things in America today, but they don't try to over develop or ruin the beauty in the vineyard. Finally it was time for lunch, and once again we had an amazing meal. The olive oil ...
... taxi. While loading Ed sees a surprise on the wheel of Jo's suitcase not mentioning it to the cabbie with all 8 bags in the Citrone van. Jo keeps telling Jan she smells dog pooh??? Ix nay on the poop nay. 20 Euro bill for a 5.30 ride later we arrive at the Marriott and Mike walks in 40 minutes later...no sweat with no bags to schlep. Florence is definitely not Orvieto and as of yet no Rome. Cinque terre tomorrow. ...