Hotel Terme di Caldana
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Thursday, November 13, 2014
We both didn't sleep that well but woke up and had a good phone call with Alexander. After getting organized and having breakfast we left Ambra, lightly packed, for a couple of days of special stuff to do for Craig’s birthday. Today we drove to Volterra – about 87 kms away. We have booked a 1900 Villa hotel at the bottom of the Etruscan Arch leading into this walled city. We had had a quick ...
... progress. After another hour they passed 95, so I got in line at a Europcar desk and simply rented another car. It cost an extra €80 for the week, but that was worth the 2 hours saved standing in line. Lesson learned: don't rent the least expensive car in Rome on a Saturday! Over the next five hours we drove to Tuscany and picked up groceries in San Gimignano, a hill town close to the villa we'd rented. The hill towns in France had narrow gravel ...
... small kingdom that awaited him and his telescope focused on a vast vineyard. The general set forth in a lifeboat and reached the vineyard where he tasted a sweet, ruby red wine that immediately cheered him up. He had discovered the Aleatico wine that would become his favorite local libation.
Pulling into the protected harbor in Portoferraio, I realized this was going to be a special place. ...
... dishes. Then a nice chicken/vegetable/potato soup. Next, tried little octopus in a sauce - they were not chewy at all, very good. And then beef and chicken that were so moist and tender. Ate way too much, but the variety and flavors were so good. The dessert was fruit which included fresh figs and grapes (looked like blueberries). Then went to bed extremely full and tired...needing to prep for day ...
... have put signs up at least! So, we then spent the next 5 mins or so trying to get my card out of the machine, which I eventually did with a knife and spoon! All very funny!
After finding a station that did accept my card, I continued on my journey to my stop. It was a picturesque spot in the heart of a national park pine forest. However, the only campers that were there looked to be abandoned – they had broken windows or flat tyres. I decided that ...