Hotel San Michele
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... between Siena and Florence. The estate is surrounded by its own vineyards and olive groves, from which the Cesani Family have been producing for decades excellent wines and extra-virgin olive oil, combining harmonically respect for the environment and modern technologies, love for their ...
... she can fill in with money from the other part. This winery makes half red and half white wine . . Merlot - Vernachia - Sauvignon Blanc - Brunello. Fun to taste the different wines and learn about different years of production. Apparently 2014 will be a poor year. Too much rain and not enough sun! :-(
Off to dinner . . No happy hour tonight - already drank our pre dinner portion! :-)
Update on last night, after writing the blog i went back to the palazzo vecchio same as the night before accompanied by my book and about half an hour after sitting down some buskers arrived. They had an acoustic guitar, a violin and a double bass and played for over an hour, and were brilliant for all of it! People were dancing and clapping along and it was a really nice atmosphere. I had really wanted to find some live ...
... wait for it...... A tandem bike to cover the area faster...... Yes we are laughing NOW too....... we finally found Forest in just about the opposite direction to where we were looking. Needless to say both being relieved, hot and tired we jumped in the car and exited Lucca very promptly.
We arrived at our accommodation late afternoon to a typical Tuscan nineteenth century stone farmhouse located just outside San Gimignano. Surrounded by ...
Our first morning in Florence and it seems we have brung the rain with us from Ireland. At least it's only light and not icy or windy. Sat nav Michelle leads the fearsome foursome through the narrow streets and wide piazza's to the Accademia so we can pop in and visit David. But first to trade in my email for our tickets and grab breakfast at the Accademia cafe (hint: always remember to leave home with the email and not have to tun ...