Residenza Il Villino
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- Minbar in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Family rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Continental Breakfast
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... happy birthday to Connie. Throughout the meal we had a choice of nice Chianti and a rose, which came from one of the local vineyards on the hillside that the villa was on. This was all topped off with homemade limoncello and coffee. Niccolò’s young son and daughter who were playing outside and with their grandparents came in afterwards and played in the dining area while we continued to chat and then we bid adieu as it was getting late and they all ...
... Shar and I decide we,will have La Bisteccia Fiorentina which is 1.3kg in weight and 1 inch thick. It costs €58 and it feeds the 3 of us very well. The meat is tender (a little too red for me) but Gabriel and Shar kindly give me the more cooked bits! Haha.
i finish off my night with a gelato al fragola ... one of my favourites while the young ones go looking for a Gelatiaria where apparently the back wall is made of chocolate. Buona Notte.
... failed from what I saw at the two modern art museums we visited,
Culture is meant to be shared. Perhaps that is why people keep coming to places like Florence. Visitors now share the experience of being awed by the beauty of these works with generation upon generation upon generation. It might also be why we react so strongly to stories about ISIS destroying Roman ruins in Syria or the Taliban blowing up ...
... were both too tired to go anywhere so we did call it dinner.
Guess we were too busy trying to figure out to negotiate the train to take pictures so we have none. One curious and annoying fact we have observed about Italy is signage for information or directions is often simply incomplete or missing, even in Italian. The result is a state of confusion for visitors. Sooner or later everyone figures it out.
... was a horrible little shop and only took cash no cards of any type. We parked by the river and had a long walk along it. I was surprised to see so many other tourists around, especially in the area where we walked across the famous covered bridge lined with jewelry booths. We looked at all the lovely shoe shops and Amber got an €8 tub of ice cream - expensive. In a huge square there was a free orchestral concert and lots ...