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... musicians. Eventually, we wandered back toward the Pantheon and had one last glass of wine at the same restaurant and one last cone of gelato.
Friday, they got on the plane back to California and I headed out for a long day of parent conferences. Needless to say, I had to take this entire weekend to catch my breath and recover from a week that went by all too quickly! "See you in July," was never harder to say.
... see straight to down to the foundations.
Still waiting for our hearts to go back to a normal rhythm, we arrived at our room. We opened the window and we could hear bells ringing. We opened the window and there out our window was a view of the bell tower and the Doumo! Kind of Amazing!! Our hotel can apparently be seen in the movie The Davinci Code and this is likely why there was a constant flow of tour groups outside the front doors. ...
... that had over 100 wines from the region, it was so lovely inside and the staff were extremely helpful in guiding us, we shared an antipasti board and tasted many, many wines hehe. We were so happy we went this way rather than a tour as we tried wines from all over Tuscany rather than 2 or 3 from a particular winery, also it was a great deal cheaper at around 50 euro for the two of us including lunch verses 200 euro for a winery tour. ...
... we would check out the roof top bar. Well, the bar was non existent. However, there was a staircase that led up to the left that revealed another level with a handful of chairs and tables, where we settled and enjoyed the view of the city and the illuminated figure of the famous Duomo. We ended up being joined by a mixed group of people from France, Hungary, Romania and Spain. We enjoyed some music and laughs before heading to bed.
The following morning we decided to go to ...
... hallway, making me wonder if I was in the right place. Plaques on the far wall indicated that the hotel is on the second floor. Up the stairs and there was reception. The receptionist was lovely and very helpful. On collecting my keys I walked down a maze of corridors to find my room. The room is cute, with windows which open onto the street, but my word it is small, good thing I don't have a cat to swing.
After settling in, I made ...