Borgo Scopeto Relais
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Which we did! Claimed our bags and found the platform where the sign was saying the train before ours had not arrived yet and was 10 mins late, this was worrying as we only had 7 mins at the next station to find and get on the train! Luckily our train was only a couple of mins late and as soon as it arrived we had to walk up to the end of the train to the first class carriages, the train took off as soon as we reached our seats so luckily we hadn't walked any slower! We had to ...
Hello everyone! I made it here! I was sick on the plane and still recovering now but I'm getting much better, I have great roommates and I'm slowly getting used to my surroundings. Had an orientation in the rain today, got soaked to the bone. We went grocery shopping today, got lots of stuff, have enough food for everyone! I saw the Duomo and said ...
... sure we understood the history of how Venice got to be. A fascinating story, that many people who visit Venice never take the time to understand! Barbarians had invaded the mainland where Venetians used to live, so to protect their families they moved to the island known as Venice today. This was a ************* because they knew they were moving to a place with no resources, surrounded by water plagued with various deadly diseases. When moving to the island the social pyramid of ...
... the list goes on. Definitely not for the faint hearted - as 50% off 1000 EU is still 500! It was an experience to see busloads of tourists (many from China) dropped off here in Regello, which really seemed to be 'in the middle of nowhere'. Nikki commented on a couple of 'spoilt' young girls (not quite teenagers) sporting big Prada shopping bags. Chris patiently waited for his girls at the Cafe for a ...
... Medici family of Florence. The bus squeezed through the ancient iron gates to reveal a long driveway lined with pencil pines – your classic Tuscan landscape. At the end of the drive was the delightful villa, which now produces wine, olive oil, and provides a wedding venue service as well as a B&B.
We were educated about their wines, how to taste them, and of course, we tried several samples. To accompany the wines, we had ...