Belmond Villa San Michele
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... be added to your bill and you will sign for it all on checkout. I'm not sure Mary and I would ever stay there since the room rates must be extravagant but it was sure nice to have a drink there.
Yesterday we decided to make the trip up to Fiesole, which we had read about in quite a few guidebooks but had never made the trip.Fiesole is only about 5 miles from the center of Florence but it is 5 miles nearly straight up into the Tuscan Hills, those same hills we have ...
... to head in that direction. And, also in that direction, was I Due Fratellini, a sandwich shop that was highly recommended. We found the shop and scored 3 yummy sandwiches and 3 glasses of vino. (P and I had the Brunello which was super good while C had some vino bianco). We ate sitting curbside, as there are no seats at I Due Fratellini.
After refueling, it was time for another church, Orsanmichele, since it was right next door. How ...
... The breeze (relief from the heat) on top of the bus more than made up for it. Sasha has found a love of statues. Every statue we see (and there are dozens right outside the apartment) causes Sasha to stop and analyze each detail. He's even decided to spend his money on a few. Milla appreciated the architecture of the Ponte Vecchio, especially seen at a distance. She loves the colors that make up a patchwork kind of appearance that are better appreciated from down river. Momma ...
... After all the hill hiking and getting lost we headed back to camp for a big dinner and some after dinner drinks and games with our friends. Damon says: After our travels in northern Tuscany we headed down to its heartland, the place Jen's brain drifts off to at night. We set up camp just outside of Florence in a little town called Fiesole on top of hill. The campsite was called Panoramico, and it lived up to its name. Jen ...
It was a pedestrian start to the day that finished with a big grin.The wet start to the day meant that designs that I had on an organised "Tuscany by Vespa" Tour was off. Instead, we followed the family around the leather markets aimlessly, stopping for morning tea in Florence's longest standing tea houses. Also, all the running that I had been doing was creating knee issues, so walking around, and climbing stairs ...