Borgo San Luigi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Depart Rome on the Tuscany relax and wine tour. (4 days, 3 nights) Rome, Montepulciano, Pienza, Montalcino, Borgo San Luigi, Greve in Chianti, San Gimignano, Florence, Volterra, Pisa Day 1: Meeting point Carrano Office, Via V.E. Orlando, 95. Depart Rome at 7:15am. Travel through the provinces of Lazio, Umbria and Tuscany to the charming town of …
... 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 ...
... infect her excellent English. (I manage to hide a smile whenever I hear her say "garluck", for example.) Soon after us the only other tour participants arrive — an Australian couple called Andrew and Cee Cee. At our first stop on the tour Sam nominates Italian names for all of us for the day. Andrew and I are easily converted to Andrea and Roberto, and Cee Cee become Cecilia. Yalini is a bit more of a challenge, so she is designated "Sophia" for the day, probably ...
... As the rain got heavier we took shelter in The Galileo Science Museum and
enjoyed displays of Florentine innovations such as clocks, telescopes, maps, thermometers and celestial inventions, fascinating.
Found some lunch and then found our way to Santa Croce Church which was founded in1294 . It houses many Renaissance masterpieces of paintings and sculptures as well the funeral monuments of ...
... and very lifelike. You could even see his veins! So far it's been a great day. ~Ethan
It was a very relaxed day. First, my dad, Ethan, and I went the the Accademia to see Michelangelo's David and also the Slaves, statues by Michelangelo that were never finished. We had to first pass through a room that showed early Madonnas and then on to the David. The Slaves were obviously undone, but you could definitely ...