Acacia, your home in Florence!
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... up by the stunning views that we observed through the Italian country side on the drive over. It was simply spectacular. The rolling hills, the endless grapevines, and the scattered castles were magnificent. Once we got to the pool we quickly changed and jumped into the the freezing pool where we swam just a bit and got into some skill work that led into different timed release drills that helped us gain a better understanding of our teammates ...
... outside have a glass of rose' before walking back to the river to a great little restaurant I knew for dinner... it was great I had Ossum bocco Grace had duck and Rose potato filled ravioli.
We then went for a stroll to a favorite geloto store for a treat.. lovely night lots of people out drinking wind and hanging out.. said good night to rose and hopped a cab back to the hotel about 10pm.
We had pre arranged a private tour by car of Tuscany. We were picked up by Andrea and got a running commentary as we left Florence and drove to Siena. First time visiting a so called hill town. By christ it was hilly. I think the girls were glad for a day in a car, and yes about 6 flights of escalators through medieval walls (yes thats a contrast for you) to get up to the town.
We sampled some coffee, and the local speciality "Panforte" like a cross between fruit cake ...
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16) Dogs and Children peeing and pooping in the middle of sidewalks (Everyday occurrence)
17) Gypsies on every street corner - Begging for money & pretending to be poor - LIARS
18) Free WiFi - Pretty sad when the deciding factor of a restaurant/hotel is this
19) Working out - No gyms, outrageous $$ - Only hours are daylight, 8am - 5pm
20) Outrageous Cocktails - 8 EURO for one stupid little drink
21) No SUVs - ...
... the highlight is seeing David. Now David is impressive, the statue is so large, much larger than I thought it would be. It's mind blowing to think Michelangelo would have started with a huge block of raw stone and slowly chiselled away to produce such a masterpiece. The detail of his features, his ribs, the veins in his feet, hands and arms, the muscle tone- just amazing. Paul and I did realise though that the proportion was a little off, his hands for example ...