- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... traditional fishing village style surrounds, a cute Italian man mending his boat :), the old townsmen all gathered together on a seat at the top of some stairs having what looked like their daily get together, little steps carved into the side of the cliffs everywhere going up and down into little areas where enterprising Italians had set up cafes and charged double prices on everything for the opportunity to have lunch with a pretty amazing view. We walked back up and bought ...
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 ...
... for a bite to eat. The stale bread and decidedly average house wine isn't a good start, but my spaghetti aglio olio — a simple spaghetti dish with not much more than garlic, oil, and a few herbs, arrives quickly. As she serves it, the waitress asks "formaggio?" while simultaneously shaking her head emphatically from side to side. The message is clear: she thinks it doesn't need anything else, and she is quite right: it's absolutely delicious ...
... miles later we found it. At this point my stomach was eating itself due to starvation so pretty much anything looked good. I mean I bought watermelon and peaches, and I don't like EITHER! That explains our desperation to find food. We filled our shopping baskets to the brim of the most random things; pasta, spaghetti sauce, apples, yogurt, lettuce, peaches, watermelon, cheese, bread, wine, etc. Random Italian fact: They do not refrigerate their eggs nor milk, so we ...
Our own Frescoes
We debarked in Firenze into a railroad statione design influenced by our own FLWright. The hustle of Rome replaced by unhurried movement, except to help us from the burden of our Euros.
Two blocks from the station we found our host Peter Foster waiting for us in front of Via del Scalia, 21. It is a Garden Apartment, once a convent that was built in ...