Monsignor della Casa Country Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Beverello port for the Hydrofoil to Capri! Hotel La Palma right in centre is OK - bit tied and no views but centre of things. Went for long walk out to the Arch view - stunning view and 2 excellent Resturants out there with amazing views - great dinner at La Palette (opened a month ...
... not before 8pm. I managed to have a bit of rest. I may even have slept for a bit. Then I finished off yesterday's blog which I'd had to pack in after midnight last night and lazed around until it was time to saunter forth. A block away we found a Tuscan restaurant with the photos to prove it has been there for over twenty years which I took to be a good sign. It was. I had a risotto with king prawns and then a cod stewed with tomatoes. Very nice indeed! By ...
... The Terrace", a small shop on the rooftop of a Venice store which had a great view of some of the city.
From there, it was necessary to procure more gellato, which given the high temperature of Florence, was vital. We then explored Santa Croce, which contains the remains of many famous Florencians (Galileo notably).
The evening primarily consisted of Tuscan dinner and an over exuberant musician who kept the party rolling.
... and side greens for Jon and carpaccio of beef- thinly sliced raw beef and rocket for me! All first class with the usual balsamic and olive oil to add oneself, the very best, beer and beautiful glass of white wine for same cost as very ordinary meal at Montes, our local at home) where, being a Sunday, we were fortunate to find the last seat, a tiny table for 2 just inside the door looking out onto the stepped exterior ...
... from the center. There was/is a beautiful view of the Tuscan hills from the drive. Goats, horses, cows, donkeys, are a few animals found in their quant farm. The signs were hand painted and situated perfectly, giving a country feel. BUT..There was no one to be found at the inn.
We walked around, knocked on doors, rang door bells until after awhile an extremely tall italian walked up. (I think the neighbors saw us and called..) He greeted us with a little confusion and ...