Hotel Villa La Reggia
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... so we would use the hotel company instead. We weren’t at all impressed and for that reason would never stay at the Davanzati again.
Once we were on our way though, the day improved immensely. Ale started by driving us up to San Miniato al Monte, where we had a brief look at the gorgeous old church and spent time looking at the amazing view of Florence from this vantage point.
After that he ...
... a 1.5 litre bottle of Chianti. Our tour leader had also organised a special birthday treat for Joelene - after we had all finished dinner, the lights in the whole restaurant went out, a special candle lit chocolate mousse cake came out from the back kitchen, all of the staff and the entire restaurant then sang happy birthday to Joelene with an extremely thick italian accent. I think this alone has probably made the day for Joelene's ...
... They had large bedrooms, in very old stone building, with swimming pool, vineyard, cattle, B&B and also offered dinners. We booked the dinners for three of the nights, including this first night and that worked out so well to turn up at the end of a day and have three or four course typical Italian meals ready for you! Absolutely lovely meals. ...
... and comments I have come across have interested me. Our B&B is also supposed to be really quirky; small but friendly. Well the ride was up down, round and round, twisty windy and scarily close to fences, walls, people and parked cars. After about a half an hour (half way) I was decidedly crook and thinking I may embarrass myself by throwing up! Luckily it didn't happen. Como came eventually and while we were waiting for our train a beautiful red ...
... all loaded in the van and, Bernardo, a Florence native who "has a love affair with Paris", gave us an introduction to wine on the way to our first winery. Bernardo also had everyone introduce themselves along the drive, so we could get to know each other better. Hilariously, when I said P and I met while attending UC Davis, Bernardo got very excited, as he had done a wine program there, and apparently is a big fan of the UCD cafeteria food! But I wondered if he liked ...