Casali Santa Brigida
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We woke up this morning and headed to the train station for a quick stop in Pisa. It only took about 40 minutes from Florence. Once we got there, Tom and I went outside, looking for other tourists who'd be walking towards the leaning tower. Many people were looking at maps, but we noticed two women speaking English, so I approached them to see if they were headed to the tower. Luckily they were and so I told them we would tag along. They agreed and said ...
... mountain rivers. The other very old claim to fame was that it was the home of Emperor Nero's country villa. It was an elaborate affair with some grand marble. In the 6th century, a young man, fed up with the dissipation of Rome found a cave on the mountainside and settle in there to contemplate. For the rest of this man's story, look up the Father of Western Monasticism and Patron saint of all Europe, Saint Benedict. About half way up the hill is a monastery called St ...
... at a pizzeria for dinner, then up to our hotel. The last day in Rome was a relaxing one, as the site-seeing had taken a toll on our energy. While we planned to see the Pantheon and a few other attractions in the area, we ended up laying in bed for the majority of the day, eating McDonalds and watching movies. Our lone excursion during the day was a trip to the Termini Station to purchase our passes for the train to Venice, which left early the next ...
... br> It was the food, wine, culture, architecture, history, friends, gelato and so much more that healed me. Healed me from what? Healed me from this comatose life I was so comfortable in.
The food in Italy itself lit a spark into my soul with every fresh homemade bite of linguini and fevered mouthful of wood-fired pizza. Each sip of the driest wine I could afford and find on the menu reenforced ...
... Massimo pointed out quite a few sites and gave us some great insight on them. It's like being in a dream driving past the piazzas, ancient churches and the enormous Roman wall that circled the city in ancient times to keep out the barbarians. Upon arrival I really began to appreciate having a private guide. Following Massimo, we sauntered past the extraordinarily long lines and through security. He spent at least ...