Agriturismo Podere Casa Nova
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... in Firenze it was straight to Giotto's Bell Tower @ Piazza del Duomo which also has the Bapistry, Cathedral and Cupola. Mr Hands chose the Bell Tower to climb as it is only slightly lower than the Duomo and gives you a view of the Duomo and Firenze.
The only catch is - its 414 steps up and 414 steps down. I would swear there are more steps going up than down based on my laboured breathing and heart rate. As I've said before though, perhaps this will guarantee me ...
... girls wearing stilettos, even smoking. Some wear helmets but not many. So we made it to the bike shop, took about 1 hour to get through Firenze, Steve was happy, relaxed now and exhausted. WOMBY : "didn't have this much stress racing motor bikes on the track" Bike was good we had to wait for Ricardo again to tell him about the fuel gauge and finalize bike stuff. So assistant gave us an address for a good local cafe for lunch. Coffee and food and a glass ...
... for the night. It was mighty good grub, so I got kinda distracted by the food, and stopped worrying about the dirt track.
Next morning, I figured I'd walk along behind the wagon, if he was gonna lose a wheel, break the axle, or have the horse throw a shoe, I was gonna be on the outside, rather than the inside tryin to look out. Walking in the cloud of dust behind the wagon, I was still pleased ...
... any pretension. Our lunch was served on paper plates yet far exceeded any pasta I've been served on fine china! It was bellissimo as was the wine accompanying it (no barrel recycling here)! We were so impressed, we decided to stay for a little traditional dessert and we were not disappointed.
We headed in the direction of the Duomo but unfortunately, Mum started to feel unwell again - nothing to do with Pangie's but ...
... We booked into a hotel on the main square ( which was closing for the rest of the winter the next morning) and the headed out for a lovely meal at a local trattoria which was full of locals. Unfortunately, the lack of gelato in Orvieto and Panzano continued in Greve and the kids missed out again, much to their horror. I promised catch up gelatos once we found somewhere civilised enough to sell them in ...