Antico Podere Il Bugnolo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 8217;s adorable, with small, narrow roads leading to a few larger piazzas. The cathedral is gorgeous with black basalt and yellow limestone—stripes—inside and out! So unusual. The light and dark colors of the stone represent the good and bad in man. The detail on the building is amazing. The inside is full of frescos, depicting the artists’ renditions of bible stories or just impressions. Most people ...
... village, behind an old wall with lots of history and with that comes the tourists. today there was also markets in the town square. lots of sunflowers everywhere being sold, mother's day gifts and leather handbags, as we were in the district and close to Florence where leather handbags are in great supply.
we found a gorgeous little coffee shop and had a special afternoon tea as it was mother's day, and I was missing my gorgeous children. they skyped me ...
... little panini shops around, which only made me thirsty. so i found myself in kikuya agian, (which you know already from my facebook posts haha) OH! ill insert it here, but the first time i was at this bar, i met some girls from UCSB! super nice, we ended up having a few drinks together, and going to a couple more bars afterwards. I part of me was hoping they would be there again, but they were not. sad i know. so i drank alone, drinking those lovely dragoons ...
... were contained to an even smaller space. Getting across proved difficult as there was about a 50cm gap of dry land and people were trying to cross this gap going both ways. A few impatient soles ran through the water to the amusement of the crowd. I don't know what they were thinking as walking around for hours with wet feet isn't ideal. Maybe they were bouyed by the beautiful church and felt that maybe like Jesus they could walk on water. None did. Venice was cool but ...
... we began walking through San Gimignano, which was gorgeous. We were sidetracked at one point down a little alleyway that led into a less crowded part of the village, and we climbed a little pathway to find an overlook where we could see the entire valley. It was amazing and we took probably a gazillion photos.
We continued our walk through the stoned village, past the Museum of Torture (we opted out) and a thousand leather and souvenir shops. Then (surprise!) we ...