Casa Di Barbano
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... both at the same time giving the impression to anyone watching that you were born with one leg shorter than the other, as you hop up and down the curb, one foot on the path, one on the road....ready in an instant to escape either car, bus, scooter or other people. But undeterred, PC had our day planned out so with full tummies from the breakfast buffet we went in search of the three 'biggies' that all tourists must see while in Florence. One of the ...
... a grape vine to be found in this area as yet. We had dinner at the hotel, a nice pasta, a weird combination meal of pork and chips and then a nice light dessert a bit like an instant pudding but much nicer all washed down with a Tuscan wine. The weather during this trip has been fantastic, sunny and warm everyday with average temp about 30. An early night as tomorrow we are off to Florence to see some guy called David then to Roma in the ...
... at the prospect of eating there in a few nights' time, we found another trattoria a few doors down and had a yummy gnocchi and perhaps the biggest calzone we'd ever seen! Strolling around Florence, I couldn't help but fall in love with it a bit! I remember preferring Rome to Florence when first visiting 8 years ago; but this time I was charmed by the quieter, less compact city and couldn't wait to be reacquainted with it the next ...
... due to lack of funds. Michelangelo was so upset he left in a huff and went to Rome. It became evident, while looking at the tombs and statues on top of them, that the Medici's did not embrace Christian beliefs. The art work on and around the tombs did not point to life after death but rather to life here on earth. All the statues memorialized the life and portrayed the ...
... it was hot, and our knees were sore. So we headed back down, found another Irish Pub, had a cider or 2, then went to a restaurant for dinner, and back to the Irish pub to watch the All Blacks vs France, which was on a small tv at the back, with coverage that looked like it was from the 1980's and the entire game seemed to last only 60 minutes, and there was no sound, the pub played an entire ...