Agriturismo Antica Villa Poggitazzi
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... in Florence alfonso and I go looking whilst loop sits in cafe sipping peroni.....we find a huge hotel but it's spelt wrong as it's spelt hostel it's very cheap only 23 bucks a night and every one is so friendly. That they all sleep in big rooms in bunk beds together......think I've hit the jackpot but unfortunately it's full so off we trudge to find the loop who has managed to book us one of them hotel things .....it's central so it's good now off we go ...
... twists and turns of the mountainous roads home through the Chianti region. While the vegetation was lush and the scenery was beautiful, Maria and I were happy to finally get back on the A1 Autostrada. After a brief supermarket visit we were making dinner back at the villa. There was much debate over going swimming in the pool. We decided it was still too cold and opted for more charcuterie instead. We ate dinner on the patio, "Tuscan ...
... the city. I got there too late for the 6:03 pm bus so while waiting for the 6:18 pm bus (that never came), I got my daily gelato fix for 2 Euro right next door.
BTW, usually the places where you have to turn a corner or two away from the main tourist drags have more reasonable prices and the coppetta piu piccola di due gusti (smallest cup with two flavors) should not be more than 2 Euro. Some places in the tourist line of traffic, especially at the Ponte Vecchio only have ...
... I did hear one of the recorded announcements as Santa Maria Novella. So when I got near the Duomo I got off. Fortunately there is a tourist info office right there on Via Cavour and they provided me with a map and more important a schedule of hours for most of the attractions.
To be transported into the quiet of the courtyard of the cloister of San Marco after the noise and bustle of the city is absolutely amazing. I managed to ...
... so much water and I wanted to experience what it would be like to travel the canal. We did get to take some ferry boat rides which was a cool experience, and one night it flooded in St. Mark's Square which was a site to see. The water was three feet and rising and the restuarants just leave their tables and chairs out and hope they don't float away. The next day was Easter and there was a midnight mass and so in addition to the tons of tourists ...