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 ...
... to town which unfortunately doesn't run very often and some stop running before 6pm. We did our best navigating on our own and we able to see three of the five towns before our parking garage closed and we had to trek it back to Florence. The towns are charming and everything that I was looking for in an Italian seaside village. We had a great lunch right on the water and enjoyed local fresh fish and pasta and of course some vino.
... grapes that help haul loads up and down the steeps but I am sure plenty of them still use the basket method. Manarola is the next town up from us and has a river running under the main street you can hear it and see it as it many places as you walk through town. The town ends at a beautiful rock protected marina with the colored buildings walling in the sea. We wake the kids up on one day and come sit in the sun, play checkers on the ...
Yesterday, we took an excursion to Cinque Terre (Cheen-kway Tair-aye) which translates to "The Five Lands" in Italian. The Cinque Terre towns are hills that overhang the sea on the western coast of Italy. And let me tell you, It could not look more like a postcard if it tried. Honestly, it was so picturesque and breathtaking.
In order to get to each city, you can either take a train or you can climb the mountainous trails connecting each city. With ...
... 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 ...