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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... workshop. We also saw a dimly lit artist studio with artist in residence. Picture perfect in every way and so we did what we do best and clicked away. We also found the best plums foraged yet there. That concluded our Sunday drive and we headed home, Sue picked some apples in the car park, for ice cream in our local cafe, wine tasting in our winery shop and to have dinner in the local organic restaurant right next door to our steps. Everything is wonderfully ...
... My next problem was, were they going to be 50 pounds or less??! It was such a rush of adrenaline when I lifted up my suitcases and sat them on the scale! I must of had a guardian angel with me, because those suckers were way over 50 pounds, but somehow one was 49.5 and the other was EXACTLY 50! Yess I am an over packer, but GUYSS I will be in ITALY for 4 1/2 months, I didn't know what to pack! Well anyways after dropping off my bags the family and I went for my last food in ...
Our last 2 weeks were spent in Tuscany, in a villa with Jeanne and Magnus ( from Napier ) and their offspring Seb and Emma, and Mary and Brent with kids Patrick,Ben and Olivia ( currently living in Malta but from Napier). We spent a lot of time relaxing, realising this was our last chance at a lazy time, chilling out before the madness of normal life in Napier. Everyone else wanted ...
... Signoria where we see replicas of the important statues. More wandering ending in Piazza Santa Croce at a leather store of course! A bit more wandering and back to the hotel to go to San Gimignano and then a Tuscan dinner. San Gimignano is an amazing medieval village with little meandering streets, towers soaring above you and views to die for. The Tuscan ...
... akin to a religious experience. Part of my feelings were due to that unexplainable feeling you get when you see something iconic - I feel emotional whenever I see St Basil's for instance - but there was something else. David isn't a statue, he's not a sculpture. I don't know how to describe it, but he looks as if he could jump down from the pedestal and walk off. The details, the toenails, the veins in the arms, the nostrils, the muscles! It ...