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Travel Blogs from San Baronto
Well I never, back at the motorhome, I look more knackered than Signor.
These are the hunting grounds of the C15th Medici Family from Florence - wealthy bankers and patrons of the arts during the Renaissance. Signora suggested a gentle walk to a medieval village, only 3 or 4 kilometres away and assured Signor that there was a bar. Signor immediately spotted Signora's miserable attempt to do him in.
The campsite is at ...
What has been Mark's favourite thus far...we did a half-day tour riding classic Vespas. Classic old scooter from the 1980's. We had a test run in a narrow lane of Florence. after we four riders were deemed safe....it was a pretty light assessment...off we went. Lucky that it was Sunday with little or no traffic in the morning. Gave us a chance to hone our skills. The only downside was that, because Mark and I were both riding ...
For dinner we headed to another small restaurant and got some more pasta along with some wine. They were both really good, even with the wine just being the house wine. We walked along the river at night, and then spent some time figuring out what we wanted to see while we're in the Rome the next two days. Overall Florence was a great city, it would have been nice to have some more time to spend here.
... lol. We sat and had roast pork rolls while the lady next to us dug into her plate of tripe. Yummy. Outside and market stalls everywhere we are just looking fior some place with the sun just like the local fella's selling their wares. We set off to find the fortress for a look see, find it and wow the walls are high. We walk to a park where the kids do laps of the pond and we sit watching. Off to the supermarket and homeward bound we ...
... This place did. Dan got black sesame, and ricotta and figs, and I got sesame and chocolate, and the San Trinita flavour, which was chocolate and vanilla with nuts, I think.
After gelati, we went to the Museo Galileo, which is a science museum. It features mainly scientific instruments invented from the Renaissance onwards, including stethoscopes and navigation equipment. It had several small rooms full of big old globes, some with four metre circumferences! We ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking