Relais Castel Bigozzi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... up the rental car location anymore..omg!!! By the time we finally dropped it off we were so ready to be rid of it. We were grateful to have it, because you can't really see Tuscany without one, but we're ready to not deal with it (or gas stations) anymore. We checked into our hotel and it's nothing to write home about. But it's about a block from the train station and clean and that's what was most important for this one since we're going to try to ...
... and fast.
For this trip I had scouted for apartment close to the city centre and fortunately found and booked an apartment in a building in the heart of San Lorenzo district, just steps from the Duomo and 5 minutes walking from the Uffizi and Ponte Vecchio. It is in front of the old market, typical for the variety of food shops and restaurants.
Florence is famous for its history and was considered as an ...
... the very top to visit the Seminary of Saint Francesco (Francis). So up and up we climbed...almost to heaven and it was indeed the most beautiful sight....and we got to pet a cat! We returned for lunch at a small place we found last year called Laura et Lucia...so good and very inexpensive. We actually had dessert...we NEVER get dessert...but.... Nap, plumber, supper and then a long walk to see what we could see....saw a guy propose at the "pig market" very ...
... different stages of completion and get a sense of how he worked.
We then headed to the Borgo in Tuscany - the tree lined entrance up the long driveway was pretty impressive and our the pool was nice (although only the Kiwis and the Aussies braved the coolish water and had a swim). Whilst in Tuscany we visited the hilltop village of San Gimignano, which still had a number of it's towers. The towers were built by the elite as a status symbol so each one tried to build ...
... a bit and getting something to eat before I head into the gardens and museums of this massive Palazzo (it's reminding me of the Louvre in it's enormity). I go down some side streets to find a piazza with trees and some restaurants. I find a nice lady selling fruits and vegetables. She lets me speak my little Italian and smiles so warmly. I think I love this little nonna. She picks out some tastly little Roma tomatoes and a nice juicy peach. She tucks a sprig of fresh ...