Villa Hotel Del Sole
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... we could not find him anywhere. Brodie couldnt remember where he had taken him, I was not around most of the day, and Paul couldn't remember seeing him after he was sitting on the table at breakfast with us. Oh oh. Luckily Brodie didn't seem too phased, but as we were leaving our villa the the next day to head to Florence I was starting to stress!!! The next morning we began the search in our villa, the breakfast room, the gardens ...
... tagliatelle with fresh, local porcini.
I am going to miss Ali, Julian's wisecracks, the kittens, and the
never-ending beauty of Tuscany. I have realized a dream in just the past 3
weeks; total immersion in beauty, art and ancient history.
So upon landing in London, I will seek an affordable housing
options, from where I will commence to learn Italian, with the intention to come
back as soon as my tourist visa allows, on December 23. When I ...
... to Otzi the ice man who was discovered in 1991) to the market place. Lots of stalls heading up the road towards the Theater im Hof. It was strange to be tempted by ginger, mangoes and macadamia nuts! Home away from home. We sampled several cheeses and meats before buying some - also bought some strawberries. Then it was along the Portici - Lauben which had some rather more upmarket shops ("an uninterrupted sequence of elegant, traditional and modern shops with their ...
... comedy of errors. :-p
We sped off to San Gimignano … and after difficulties finding parking space, we walked into the old town castle grounds. It was nicer than Certaldo’s castle. But the main drawback was that it was very, very crowded. A lot of tourists. But it’s a nice old town and very well kept. I’d recommend a half day walk around here for anyone visiting Tuscany. The views from the lookout points into ...
... field of flowers in addition to two ponds full of frogs (btw – it is impossible to sneak up on croaking frogs) and countless fields.
On the way to the lake, you pass an important land demarcation: the border between Umbria and Tuscany. Nowadays it is nothing to pass between the two regions – there isn’t even a sign – but many, many generations ago the locals were not, as we say, on friendly terms. ...