Agriturismo Antica Villa Poggitazzi
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Today is a public holiday in Italy for epiphany so there is a religious festival and procession through the city. In order to beat the crowds we started early and climbed the 414 steps of the bell tower of Florence cathedral. The view was spectacular just as well as we needed a rest after all those steps!!! We ...
... back there and have a really nice meal. On the way we came across a fire truck with ladder extended. There did not seem to be any smoke or water, but the firemen at the top had a stick with a loop and we think he was trying to get a cat off the roof. He seemed to saying something like "here kitty, kitty". Even the locals were impressed as they were hanging out their windows along both sides of the street. Wander back to the hotel and fall exhausted into bed. But it has been good ...
... more generous than our wineries! Bought some pasta and wine for when we finally have a kitchen to cook in, then headed off for San Gimignano. More great scenery on the way then arrived in a purely medieval village that hasn't been modernised at all. Gorgeous again! Walked up past lots of tourist shops, but also found shops full of wild boar meat, smelly cheeses that would probably taste great, wine shops selling all the chianti's for the region ...
Miles walked: over 3.5 miles
Times up and down apartment stairs: 6
There are some things I really like about this apartment (big shower, separate bed) and some things not-so-much (uncomfortable bed, at least so far). And don't forget those stairs!! I was up and out by about 9:30 and headed straight over to the Uffizi Galleries to buy the Museum Pass. I know, it didn't work out so well in Rome, but this one ...
... crepe on the way and I had to have some chocolate, the shop had been around since the 1850's !!.
Lyn had noticed a building from the rooftop bar that intrigued him. We didn't set off to intentionally find it, but ended up eating at a cheap and cheerful restaurant in one of the back streets just by it. It was very much one of Lyn's type of buildings; solid and square. We had an OK meal, with a very very good cheap bottle of wine, Orivieta. Our ...