Residenza d'epoca Torre dei Serviti
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... and highlighted the golden grape leaves still on the vines, contrasting the rolling green hills. We stopped in Greve to buy Fontodi in the local enoteca, then back to the villa after a quick stop at the grocery for some fresh bread for the leftover bruschetta toppings. The lasagne was as good as the night before and we shared a pear tart for ...
... of the paths were still not cleared away from the damage. This was very disappointing, but we decided to make the most of it. We bought an all day rail pass, and rode the train to the furthest city and made our way back to Monterroso, stopping in each town along the way. In the first town, we stopped for our first real Italian meal. Chinque Terre is famous for its pesto, so I got homemade noodles with Pesto Sauce. It was delicious! I could ...
We drove down the mountain this morning and boarded the train for Riomaggiore, the first of the 5 villages in the cinque terre. There are no roads in or around the 5 villages of Cinque terre, but there is a train running through the mountain behind them and a hiking trail running along the cliff to the ocean in front of them. I'm sure you can guess which route we were there to take. Unfortunately there was a massive flood last ...
... Italy. And let’s be honest, Italy has been talking itself up for centuries upon centuries. About a week before hitting the Italian soil, I was discussing my expectations with a fellow Aussie traveller, and he was telling me tales of disappointment. And with that, I was even more determined to fall in love with Italy and all things Italian (although not a sleazy man –they might be pretty, but I’m sorry, I could never be with someone whose heavily-gelled hair would ...
... hilltop villages to defend the area of the Val d Elsa in Tuscany.
It was very cool and preserved just as it would have been in the middle ages but is now a tourist trap, having to pay for parking at the bottom of the hill.
Then it was on to Colle di Val d'Elsa for groceries and back to the villa for a swim as it was 34 degrees out and ...