Hotel Villa Tavolese
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... times. Anyway, had a relaxed morning strolling around the town, had a nice coffee, and we were back on the bus to head to our next location, San Girigneno. This is a lovely little town with a fortress like look as you approach it. Once inside there are the usual narrow paved streets, and some wonderful views as this town is on top of a large hill. The claim to fame for this town is that the gelato shop is known as the best ice cream shop in the world (according ...
... my darlings_ words of our tour guides. Hot air balloon landing in the valley. Took hotel shuttle to Florence. Crazy traffic! Took tour of Accedemia . tour was very short, but stories of David by Michaelangelo were good. It is awesome. Huge hands and feet! Walked to Uffizi Museum. Building is fabulous with frescoed ceilings, statues lining the halls. Guide had a very strong accent and had to repeat everything in Spanish. And there was an 18 month old who ...
... much we liked this place, salami everywhere, various pigs bits hanging from the ceiling, cheese and more cheese....and plenty of wine to taste.
If there was a place like this in Mt Martha I'd never leave....I couldn't, I wouldn't fit thru the door!
They also pour wine by the taste/sample/glass thru the use of an enomatic system.
The Enomatic Wine Dispenser is a wine dispenser which is an Italian invention developed in 2002 by a Tuscan entrepreneur. ...
... group corridor tour, an extra private part of the Uffizi Gallery tour, with it's countless masterpieces, was a real highlight of the day. The passageway is a most astounding piece of Renaissance architecture, whilst also containing a priceless collection of paintings and a large self portrait collection which allows visitors a different perspective from which to view Florence.
One interesting fact that our guide, who had ...
Grazie mille, por noui amici in La Ginestra Agriturismo.
Today was yet another great day here. We began our morning by learning about synergistic farming in the region. We met Linda, a synergistic farmer, and Giacomo, a chef dedicated to supporting and educating people in the ways of sustainable agriculture and cooking, in the early morning at a local synergistic garden. We were taught many things about ...