B&B Residenza Cantagalli
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... near the roadway with a small crowd gathering, so we had to check that out. They turned out to be for test drives that one could take and it was only 55EU for 10 minutes or for 20 minutes you could get a deal...110EU. We decided to take a pass on it.
From the Piazzale we drove around a nice roadway to the Porta Romano, where we parked the car and spent some time walking through Giardino di Boboli. This is a rather large garden area that was ...
... already been covered. Here we tasted one of the reds, but we also stayed here for lunch, tasting an additional 2 with the meal. The entree was a duch terrine, while the main was a shredded duck with a potato mash, as an Australian I would call it a duck shepherds pie, but I'm sure that would give a false impression.
3rd winery was Chateaux Lynch & Bages. More info and another couple of wines to ...
... from the very hot sun. Well we knew we weren't going to wait in that line so we did what we should have done to start with, we went to find the future ticket window to get reserved tickets for another day this week. Unfortunately for reasons we still don't understand, the future ticket window was closed and will not open again until Wednesday. Well believe it or not our stay in Florence ends on Thursday as we drive to Rome on Friday. Looks like ...
... The glimmer of hope was that it also said, not all time slots are sold in hopes that those who come without reservations may still get in, just after a lengthy wait.
So we adapted the attitude that we were going to Florence and we were going to try to see The David and if we managed to get in, we would be happy, and if we didn’t, we couldn’t do a thing about it. It was 12 days in to a 14 day trip that had gone without a lot of trouble (serious trouble) ...
... buildings of course. We were very impressed with the train. It was comfortable and well kept and right on time. We pulled into the station in Florence then took a cab ride to our hotel. We both fell asleep early so the day was pretty uneventful, so I will take this time to discuss some of the things we've learned so far about traveling through Italy.
First, there are two words we've heard the most in our week in Italy. The first is Prego, which usually ...