Villa Lecchi Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... outside the shop.
-Shaved prosciutto slices.
-Ricotta cheese (that we had made) with fig jam.
-Cheese platters, all of which were from the farm.
-Raw vegetables with a lemon juice, olive oil and salt mixture for dipping (absolutely incredible).
It goes without saying, but I'll say it anyway: these were all arranged beautifully, whether it was twisting lemon peels into flower-like shapes or ...
... today. We're not into it enough to stand in the rain all day. The wine tasting was so fun! Went down into the caverns where the wine is aged in wooden barrels. Then they had tables set up for us with bruschetta and their own olive oil,yum! I am amazed just experiencing these places. We went to a small walled village from 1700's that still has 44 people that live there. Everything is still authentic there and ...
... me 'cappuccina', and one offered me a free leather jacket that came with a free boyfriend. Thanks, but no thanks. Annie and I bought watercolorsfrom a street artist, who then made us each a miniature of the Duomo and Ponte Vecchio on the spot at no cost. I'll try to remember to add a picture of mine later. The sunshine really is different here - it feels thicker, like walking through honey. No wonder the artists here were ...
... almost dying part.... My butt hurt soooo bad. Oh we'll you live and you learn :) In the evening we had the rehearsal dinner. Again amazing spread of food which included a BBQ, I don't think I have ever seen a grill with so much meat! Mmmmmm! The day of the wedding my new found friends and I went on a two hour walk exploring the countryside, lounged at the pool and then got ready for the big event. Which literally was perfect. The ceremony ...
... do I know? I'm just a wide-eyed tourist that can barely say thanks and welcome in their language. So, as wide-eyed tourists do, we started our trip with a trek up the Duomo. As Wedding Crashers fans, we nicknamed it Schlomo. We met some American friends in line, a group of girls studying abroad. That's really common here. And why wouldn't they choose here? The place is littered with "cool". 463 stairs. That's how many you climb. And ...