Al Podere di Rosa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... supply as it is free of chemicals and there are taps along the length of the aqueduct. No matter what hour of the day or night, there are always people queuing to fill their water bottles, almost everyone has a caddy with 4 or 6 x 1 litre bottles to be filled.
On Sunday afternoon we popped into a 'Gospel Choir' performance in St Michele church, ...
... opening that night. Decided we'd return for drinks in the cheap seats which we did. Afterwards wandered around the local streets testing for the best accoustics. The seating area had been walled off, but an enterprising young man held his camera over the barriers, taping the performance from the big screens, so we listened and ...
... t see it. All of this, coupled with too many 'photographers' everywhere expecting clear field of vision for minutes at a time, for them to compose a picture of someone making stupid poses got to me. That's it Florence, I'm storming off, don't try and get me to stay, I'm off!! I expect it'll come calling with bunches of flowers asking me to reconsider coming back soon, but no, it's finished!!! Didn't enjoy Florence, as you may ...
... us a selection of red,white and rose wines. We very much enjoyed them all.
Niomi and I decided to buy a Silvia a bottle of wine. Silvia is a lady we work with back in England. She is Italian and is from Florence so when we told her that we were going to Florence she wrote down so many places for us to go and see as well as the best places to get coffees and gelato's in Florence so it was the least we can do. Our next take was to agree ...
... Pisa and it’s tower. Only thirty people are allowed up the tower every hour. as a opposed to the fifty people every ten seconds going up the Duomo in Florence – more people on the leaning tower might just do it in. Like most students and kids her age Caitlin tried some silly poses with the tower. Matthew wasn’t impressed and walked around ...