Albergo I Villini
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We had stayed unexpectedly and briefly in Pontassieve in 2002 and our memory of the town was vastly different to the reality. The town is a LOT larger than we remembered. My memory of I Villini was solid though. A gorgeous B&B, full of Tino's unique artwork and Angela's special touches, in a tree-lined street opposite the Sieve River. Angela …
Today we are moving on from our lovely Menaggio villa and its convenient location, that's has allowed us to do day trips into Switzerland. leaving behind the vistas of snow capped mountains, with Lake Como below and its tranquil shores dotted with little villages and their Italian life style. We have decided to catch an early morning ferry from Menaggio, across the lake to Verona on the east side, we have done this so that we can travel south down a side of the lake we have ...
... so could use the free Internet to sort out accounts & top up the chosen one. Then off bank to do the over the counter withdrawal (as we didn't have or couldn't remember pin's). But by this stage it's 4:10pm, & banks shut anywhere from 3:30 to 4:05 (as we now know!) Fortunately came up with second (or was that third) plan B, so now ok (hopefully) till transfer comes through! (special thanks to Michelle for her support through ...
... providing musical entertainment. He was very good. Next to him was a mime statue all dressed and face painted in an off white color. He stood perfectly still, eyes closed, until he heard someone drop money in his box. Then very slowly and mechanical like he would reach out to shake their hand. He has definitely perfected his art.
We went in a store to browse and take a break from the heat. We spent the next hour in conversation with the owner. ...
... the era of Michelangelo and Donatello.
The town offices remain in the Palazzo Pubblico, which was constructed around 1300. Alongside it stands Torre del Mangia, one of the tallest secular towers in Europe. The Mangia tower stands 330 feet tall and is visible throughout the city and beyond. (Siena's tower reaches more than half the height of the Washington Monument, which is ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed