Antico Podere Il Bugnolo
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Among the delicate hills of the Chianti, in the beautiful country Tuscany, between the cities of art and the historical countries of the province of Siena, rich of old castles and monumental abbeys, found Bed & Breakfast il Bugnolo, where greeting is the style of life of all the family. Here, where it reigns the heat of the hearth, you will not …
... of Michelangelo, Galileo, Niccolo Medicci and Dante, as well as works by Donatello. On our way there, we walked through a little alleyway where school children were being let out for the day and families were there picking them up (no one was in a car; everyone walked or rode bikes). It was a very cute, Italian, everyday scene, and we enjoyed watching it unfold. All the parents picking up their kids had some kind of snack for them -- that must be some kind of tradition or regular ...
... one crazy driver will be enough. So off he goes, to get the bus then get the scooter while I wait. Just when I am wondering how long before I should get worried and trying to figure out what the Italian word for hospital is, he gets back. Unfortunately, the hire place is closed on Saturdays and a stranger offered to call them for Paul, and Bruno just pretty much said no, **** off. The stranger gave him a card for another hire place, but it also turns out to be too expensive and ...
... our square holds a big antique market so we spent the day walking around and looking at everything. We got panini's and sat on the steps in the sun. Jenny, Leslie, and I then went to the girliest and best gelato store and headed to the San Lorenzo leather market. On our way back we sat down in Piazza Republica and listened to an amazing street performer by the carousel for a while. We also then walked around the Duomo and Piazza Vecchio to see ...
... was quite small and it only took me the same amount of time to view it all as it did to listen to Pachabels' Cannon D, so I wandered back to the main event.
After passing through the entrance gallery, I entered a very long corridor with the Statue of David standing beautifully at the end. I stood at the opposite end of the room and was surprised with how large it was. Even with the recognizable distance between us, David stood above everyone in front of me. ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed