Agriturismo Antica Villa Poggitazzi
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... wine, apple...not terribly creative but wasn't that hungry. Hard to create without all my kitchen spices, gadgets, etc. did bring some along, of course...there is only a stove top and microwave (it may be one of those multi-function ones that also cooks?) Wednesday Pouring buckets out there..looks like I am in for a while....this will not be fun when I have to walk to my classes in the rain!!! Should have brought my ...
... seen which was basically a street! We treated ourselves to a Gelato down the busy shopping street of Via del Calzaiuoli admiring all the posh designer shops. After venturing to the other side of the city away from the touristy centre we found Piazza S. Spirito a lovely square with cafes and restaurants. One pizza shop caught our eye by its que round a corner, after researching Gusto's Pizza we discovered its the most popular pizza in the city so we decided to ...
... can get into single figures. It only began to rain yesterday - till then we had blue skies, and t-shirt temperatures in low 20s every day. Superb! So what have Pam and I been up to while George has been singing in Camino and Venice? We've mastered the public bus system, and managed to travel on the No. 7 to Fiesole, a town up in the hills only about 7kms out of Florence. What a great outing! The day was balmy, and we walked high over the town, with fabulous views ...
... travels all over. Finally, we learned about the Doges that represented the city before they became unified (to be clear, they did not rule the city). For over 1,100 years they had 120 appointed Doges (most were between the ages of 70-90 when put into the position. I found this interesting since the average age people lived to during this time was 40-50. From here, our time with our tour guide ended and we had the rest of the day to explore on our own! We took everyone's advise ...
... actually used one. You wouldn't be able to hold it, it's so big. Last we went into the baptistery, which was very quiet and dim and a little creepy to be honest. There were skull patterns tiled into the floor which we found incredibly out of place there. Overall it was a breathtaking cathedral and an amazing experience. We walked around for about another hour and just as we were heading to the car the first raindrops started to fall. Big, ...