Borgo San Luigi
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Monteriggioni
... main square (with all the other festa visitors),.. and soak up the atmosphere. What we are finding is quite different to what we expected. This festa has a focus on music, small theatre productions, and loads and loads of 'trinket stalls' (I have just been reprimanded,.. they are 'arts and craft stalls',.. apparently!!) This is not the medieval festival we thought we would find. Wandering around this evening was a lot like wandering around a week-end market back home,.. not ...
... Our second day in Florence we slept in after such a long day yesterday and set out to find a laundromat to wash our clothes. Luckily there was one close by. We put in a 20€ note expecting change, only to have 5 tokens pop out of the machine (we only needed 2). We decided to wait for our wash to finish, and while waiting a couple that had been on our tour yesterday Michael and Carly from New York walked in and we got chatting and found out they were ...
... these amazing talented people are also good ppl, this is not always the case! To be punched in the head that many times, you are pissin some ppl off! Anyway, we made it to Santa Croce , the church of Michelangelo's final resting place. . . Only to find it closed for mass! Open to the general public @ 2pm! Well, this just wouldn't do, we walked all this way. So . . Off to mass we went (much to J's disgust). There we found the tomb of Michelangelo as you will see in the ...
... tourist souvenir shops around, with rings in the shape of the colosseum, which were really cool, I was tempted to buy one but I had already bought several rings in Greece!
After about an hour at the Colosseum we headed back to our hotel then onto the train for Florence! Luckily it was the Eurostar, speedy thing that is I tell ya.
Now I'll tell you a little about public transport in Italy. Highly scary, dangerous ...
FIENZE - WHERE'S DAVID?
The villa, Tana d Lapri is renovated in a self contained, tastefully authentic Italian way, complete with espresso cups, and tea/coffee cups about the size of two espresso cups put together. HOWEVER being tea drinkers from way back it is difficult to get going in the morning without a decent cuppa. We have managed WITHOUT tea now, since we left Brisbane 16 days ago, so living here with a gas stove (no kettle) and a bunch ...