- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... sat there overlooking our table. I glared at Steve who was just about to give kitty some bread, then the waiter came over hissing at kitty, who then did a flying leap onto our table, missing our dishes and skittles onto the floor. No one was worried. We have noticed a lot the animals are mangy and unloved , especially the cats. A bit sad, poor mama cats having babies all the time. full as a boot, last to leave again we headed down the hill to home. Zzzzzzzzz ...
... a tortoise. Bags down Steve to go get the car, first ask directions to get the car back as the roads are confusing, even if the car is at the back of the hotel.
Off we go, me driving again.
Left right left right left right, we made it out in about ten minutes, heading to Colle Val D Elsa.
Driving was good, we stayed at Colle in 2011 and we wanted to go back and see it again.
... her sense of humor somewhere along the trail.
We'll try to light a spark under her, I've got plenty of pictures to go along with the words. She knows full well that her contribution is just captions to the images. Pictures ARE worth 1000 words. Hope you enjoy our travels half as much as we do....still having fun on the road.
ON THE TRAIL
The trail boss and I loaded up the wagon for ...
... so far. It's family style, so they basically just keep bringing you food. There was so much! We had bread, a plate with prosciutto, salami and cantaloupe, crostini with chicken liver (which I tried and actually didn't hate), then 4 different types of pasta to try, a huge platter of meat with sides, and dessert. It was insane. But delicious. We were so full we couldn't even get up the energy to go out!
This morning I slept in and then got some work done. I ...
... looks after travelers, we had by some miracle gotten us to our destination. Things further improved when we walked downstairs to a restaurant and ate what was one of the best pizzas and drank the best chianti we had ever had.
As luck would have it, tomorrow, right here in the town square within sight of our window, is the annual meat festival! HOT DAMN!
So folks, the jury is still out on Italy. So far, my assessment of Italians, and Bobby G, you ...