- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... br> Feeling very relaxed we made our way back to the station to catch the bus only to find we had no idea where the bus left from. The bus bay we had alighted from in the morning had no bearing on the return trip.
After several laps of the bus bays on both sides of the road, then some questions we were told our bus line left from the other side of the station. Once thru the station, and still no buses in sight another person told me the bus was down a ...
... fresh berry one. Local Chianti Classico Wine of course throughout the night, finished off with the never ending supply of Limonchello . Every dish is a painted master piece too. Just such fun. Filippo is a grand host, buzzes around the guests, the guests come from all over the world.
Happy and full again we cruise down the mountain for home . The roads are still wildly and blind corners, but the driving is getting easier , or is the good wine. ...
... we were heading for the centre of town. Next up is Greve in Chianti only another 15km away but on this hilly windy "scenic" route 15 km can take quite awhile. The road seems to get higher and smaller and the Italians seem to be driving very fast and passing on curves seems to be a sport here, it certainly keeps us alert. What gets me the most are the cars that come barreling up the side roads and you wonder if they remember that theirs is the stop sign as they come racing out onto ...
... was free to enter, and the inside was just as large as the outside made it seem. The center of the Duomo, where the pews and chairs were, was surrounded by columns and off limits to visitors. Outside the columns we were free to walk around and check it out. The part demarcated by the columns was about the same dimensions as an NBA basketball court! The cathedral had high, arched ceilings and there were pretty stained glass windows all around. Above the main door was a ...
... bus in Greve, we chatted with a couple from Australia who, in parting, invited us to an enoteca(wine bar) with live jazz each night. After getting cleaned up, we headed out,stopping first at the Palazzo Strozzi where there were dancers doing ballet in the courtyard, so sadly, in end we missed our "date". We did, however, make a fantastic discovery in the little wine bar they suggested. We sipped Prosecco and Chianti while listening to a ...