AC Hotel Arezzo by Marriott
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We have started a system of packing our bags and leaving them in the lobby before breakfast as the lifts are so busy afterwards. This worked well yesterday so we did it again today. Italian breakfasts are different with all the cakes and sweet pastry dessert pies laid out as well as cold hard boiled eggs, dry bread, ham, cheese and 3 cereal choices. We liked the Northern Europe breakfasts much better. Not really able to take any food for lunch but we did take quite a few cakes ...
... when we asked how many grams the steak came in, the answer was 900! So Sherry and I split the steak....it was just perfect. The only problem was we all had to walk back up the 'hill' to get home. Hills here are about as straight up as you can get without falling over backwards.
We did make it home, played some cards and then hit the sheets and I don't think I moved all night!
We managed to catch Siena play Genoa in a football match, a few weeks previously Siena had played Inter Milan, which I was gutted to miss but the game we saw was pretty good. Even if Siena did lose by 2 goals.
One evening we ice skated with her friends and went to dinner afterwards at theirs. My sister's Italian is amazing, during her average day unless she is speaking ...
... over 100 wines. The samples were a pretty substantial serve and averaged about 80 cents each. Some were as high as 6 Euros, but most were only 60 cents. You can imagine how easy it would be to get drunk at this place. (We didn't though.)
The other highlight, simple as it was, was Claudio pulling over to the side of the road and telling the girls to try some grapes he picked right off the vine.
The weather was gorgeous and it was a lovely day. ...
... out near the big Basilica San Domenico, which we toured quickly. We were there, so we took a look.
It was just a short walk then to the ATM machine, where we withdrew some money. Note, that in Italy, they ALL prefer cash. Interestingly enough, the ATM seems to have stopped working just after we used it – the two guys in line behind us didn’t seem to be able to make withdrawals – it would have been a real bummer if we had ...