Hotel Antico Masetto
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Given it was a Monday and very little museum wise was open in Florence we opted for a day trip to Siena. As nice as it was in hindsight I probably would have preferred to just wander around Florence and sit and soak it all up. I feel that until today (Thursday) as I recap on the week I haven't slowed down and just absorbed all that is italian culture. Back to Siena - we got a hot ...
Our last day in Venice. One thing about sleeping in a room with thick curtains and shutters is that it is very dark. I woke up and nearly fell out of bed when I discovered how late it was. 7.30!! We were all up and about shortly after. We packed our bags and headed out - first to the Rialto Bridge and then along to the markets. The fruit and vegetables looked amazing - beautifully displayed - and occasionally with a pigeon walking over them and having a ...
... we got it all on video! We then decided we better start packing because we leave for Fall Break tomorrow! We will be physically drained by the end of this upcoming week, but I can't wait to visit Paris, Barcelona, and also indulge myself in chocolate goodies at the Chocolate Festival. Welp, better go pack my swimming suit for the beaches of Barcelona while you Iowans are bundled up for the upcoming snow blizzard!
... for the weekend. Also, I should quickly mention that initially there will be no pictures for this blog. It's not that I haven't taken any, it's because they are on my camera rather than my phone. As you may recall, in Montpellier the camera on my phone stopped working, damn it!! So when I find a computer, I'll upload them to Facebook and I'll also add some here :) maybe that can be something I do this afternoon. Hostels normally have computers, but my last two only had wifi. Oh well :) Ciao bellas ...
So, more info from yesterday. The rental car is a Fiat Panda, made in Italy. Kyle likes it better than the Renault in France….more power. The highways are well designed and pretty easy to use, unlike the streets off of the highway. The house we are staying in is AMAZING!!!!! It is in the hills in Tuscany, in the middle of nowhere. The nearest well known town is Vinci (home of Leonardo) and that is still a small town. The air is clear, you can see the ...