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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... like. I gotta tell,....I had to 'really' concentrate to get that down. It didn't taste 'terrible', but it definitely wasn't my 'cup of tea'. I made Dennis try a bite too. He hated it. So,....now I know. No more tongue for this ole girl. After our late lunch, we walked,....and looked at the many shops,....and I took a Ka-zillion pictures. Angie Brooks, if you're reading this,....you HAVE to come here. It's a ...
... was later and so impossible to get a taxi where we were, we were going to be walking the 3 miles back to our apartment. For some reason, 3 miles in Florence doesn't seem so bad. Change clothes and let's eat! Dinner was good. It was late and we were exhausted. A little pasta, wine and straight to bed. Tomorrow we leave Florence and head off to Sorrento! Florence was awesome!!! So glad we had so much time here! We will definitely be back some day! Ciao! ...
... ill take that 15€ for lunch and we all were like what lunch and started complaining really throwing up a stink. So they ending up taking us to the proper wine tasting and lunch where we tasted 9 wines, good olive oil, 30 year old balsamic (which was beautiful) a dessert wine and a full meal with lasagna. The owner came and apologised and said they had overbooked, so looked like they were trying to gib us and still get the full price out of us. Then when ...
The morning was spent in San Gimignano tasting the local croissants, seeing the sites and purchasing a few of the locally made goods. You get a fantastic view of the Tuscan valley a beautiful rolling landscape from the top of the largest tower in San Gimignano. San Gimignano is famous for its towers it initially had 72 - it was a symbol of power and wealth at the time - It now has 14. Some prime purchase were made ...
... appeals to your wallet. Hence, the street markets. Each town has one..the vendors are mostly the same and there is fresh produce, artesian cheeses, bread and sausage and the famous Porcetta! Underwear, jeans, sweaters, sheets, strainers, soap and fingernail polish. It's an organic flea market on steroids...and the atmosphere is so much fun. We like to watch the vendors set op and take down their booths. We don't ...