Podere SS. Annunziata II
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... green dots didn't register with me when I was picking it in the store. Needless to say my grocery shopping privileges were up for discussion. After lunch we tried to find a campsite as we wanted to spend the rest of the afternoon on the beach, with no luck we carried on. Along the road I found a small pull out and suggested we head down and check it out, maybe it lead to a beach...maybe we could wait till dark and set our tent up and ignore the BIG no camping ...
... days left in it! Our first stop was to walk up by the Academia to see if we could get lucky and walk into to see David. Nope. Queues a mile long, we didn't even bother to stop. From there onto the Pitti Place and the Boboli Gardens. We caught a glimpse of these gardens last week when we were in Florence - the Varsari walk tour finished at a small exit gate of the Gardens. They are high on Roger's must see list so ...
... around and up and down a bit, through a few piazzas, had a few beers, took some great photos and had dinner! San Gimi, among other things, is known for its world famous gelato shop. So, gelato flavour of the day: Well I had one in the morning at Volterra that was Purfumo di Busco ( a mixed fruit) and at San Gimi had a double header of Creme Orange and Passionfruit. They were all outstanding but the Passionfruit was the winner. Yum We will be ...
... around the city to see the various churches and sights. Apparently scenes from one of the Twilight movies, New Moon, was filmed in Montepulciano, so there are many signs around the city showing off this famous aspect of the city. I really loved this city, especially since it was much bigger and felt like you could actually live here. Overall, I enjoyed the weekend immensely and look forward to working in the area this summer at my excavation.
... down to bottom of the cellar where all the wine was being aged in barrels and it was fantastic to see that process and also know that we were in a cellar that was created in the 16th century. From there it was back upstairs to sample and sample again three wines from their vineyard. By the end of this tasting we were all feeling the effects of multiple glasses so wine. We got back on the bus, headed for Rada, and commenced dancing and screaming out the ...