Hotel Antico Masetto
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... We drank water and a nice red wine and enjoyed our appetizer. We were really impressed how tasty it was. We then had two cannelloni each which were also really good. It took a while, but then we had our chicken with rosemary which was absolutely wonderful. Thin it was time for our chocolate mousse creation which was extremely yummy as well. It was fun learning about Kim (older gentleman) and Pat's (wife) trip. The started out in Oslo Norway and took a cruise through ...
... and where the Mona Lisa painting was painted. I loved the environment, there were beautiful sceneries.
Our last night in Florence we went to a restaurant and some of the guys ordered a 1.25kg of steak which was worth about 42EU, that's a whole lot of steak! I had some, it was worth all the pennies.
To be honest, I didn't know much about Florence and any of the attractions there but I still had an awesome time!!
Next stop Orvieto before ...
... coastline of the true Italian Riviera. We started in the Cinque Terre village of Manarola, where we enter the National Park to hike to Corniglia. At the cliff top village of Corniglia, we enjoyed a delicious lunch made of fresh Mediterranean seafood (octopus, anchovies, potato) and then the most delicious Pesto Pasta in a local restaurant with a perfect view of the sea and surrounding hillside. After lunch, we hiked towards the village of Vernazza, one of the most characteristic ...
Yesterday was my Florence for Foodies tour. It was so much fun and a nice break from art and churches. Sam was our guide. She is a native Florentine who lived for 10 years in London, where she met her Kiwi husband. They eventually moved back to Florence where she gives these wonderful tours. It was almost 5 hours of various food, wine and tastings. We started out in a very old pasticceria, filled with locals, where we had a ...
... and wet underfoot so we had a quick look round the obviously lovely gardens and headed off.
I had arranged to meet my second cousin (my father's sister's grandchild, or put another way, the son of my cousin), also called David, (rather confusingly since my friend is also called David!), at 12:30 and as it was only around 11:30 by the time we had finished in the Palace, we decided, or rather I decided we would go back to the leather markets as I was ...