- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We decided it was time for a quiet day so, while Wendy and Roger headed out to visit some small villages, we had a day on the farm. After breakfast we did some clothes washing and read. Spent some time lazing by the pool. Easy lunch of whatever was in the fridge, a bit more lazing by the pool (perhaps a little too much as one of us was a little pink after) and late in the afternoon the young ones returned. Was nice ...
... better description....good with vegan meals and olive oil. CV n TF spent most of their day drawing and reading. I'm pretty sure they're relaxing after finals. Taylor seems to have developed an attachment to the Foccacia....see picture! We have bets on....over under on bottles of olive oil and loaves of Foccacia....and this is only day 5 Larry and I had lunch out....see picture! The place is ...
... this was also towards the end of the night after all our drinks were finished. I thought we did good, but we
actually got boo'd off stage! No one either knew what the song was or they hated it themselves. After listening to the videos I dont think I wil ever be able to listen to that song again the same. Hahaa and yes we do have videos! We then went to the club "Blue Velvet" where yet again it was "Sarah's birthday". This club we got into VIP ...
... were very narrow and when pulling over to let cars pass we could hear the bells ringing that the cows were wearing. Tried to get some petrol in the local village but it was the type with 2 bowsers on the edge of the road and was shut being a Sunday.
The satnav took us to the camp no problems and for 5 people, 2 tents and 1 car the cost is €75 per night. The camp is called Campeggio Panoramico Fiesole and is in the hills over looking Florence. Our passports were taken ...
... m line. Eventually we got into the ticket office at 1:20 where a single person was exchanging pre-booked vouchers for tickets. We then had to go across the road and join another 100 m line for entry which was about 30 min later. From the time we lined up, got our tickets and went through security, it was about 2 hrs. Unbelievably chaotic and annoying – no organization whatsoever - NORMALE. So much for us being so smart, pre-booking and expecting no hassles, ...