Agriturismo Relais Campiglioni
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Yesterday was a long day of class orientation, which consisted of lots of sitting and listening. I hadn't had my coffee that day, so I didn't absorb much. But afterwards we wandered through Florence. We were probably lost more often than not, but it's fun to get acclimated to the ...
We took a train from Venice to Florence, and went for a walk. The buildings are illuminated beautifully for evening photos. A free fountain with both fizzy and normal mineral water was a welcome surprise!
We had a day trip to Pisa. It was relatively hard work, travelling over an hour each way on the train, just for a brief view of the tower, but we thought it would be silly to come to Italy and miss it. ...
... br> Siena is in Tuscany and the historic centre of the city has been declared by UNESCO a World Heritage Site. We saw some amazing buildings including The Siena Cathedral and the shell-shaped Piazza del Campo, which is the town square. This is also where we did some shopping and had lunch. The streets and alleyways in Siena are great and are full of interesting lights, door knockers and shrines. Most of the outside of the buildings are of ...
... is, along with other beautiful statues such as Neptune. Further walking to the old covered bridge. Along the way we just happened to come across a market and Sheila and Dot bought lovely leather handbags, just to help the Italian economy along of course. Back to the station with no trouble, and did the long journey in reverse. Our day trip cost around $19. The ship excursion was around $100 just to get dropped off in ...
... to La Giostra, located at Borgo Pinti 12. We were welcomed like old friends when we walked in. Immediately after we were seated amidst the twinkling lights that adorned the ceiling of this restaurant, we were offered complimentary champagne. We decided to splurge this evening (in part to get rid of surplus Euros) so we ordered a nice bottle of red wine from the Multipuliciano region. We were treated to a wonderful presentation on ...