Hotel Borgo Di Cortefreda Relais
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Travel Blogs from Tavarnelle Val di Pesa
... was that the airport was casual, like the country airports used to be in Australia. Few signs in English, sooooo many smokers, and quite a few outdoor cafes. It took us a couple of hours to get underway, sorting out the hire car and SIM cards so we had 'Aggers' our GPS guide. We must've been a funny sight for anyone watching our first driving experience on the wrong side of the road! Arrived at our B&B 'Antica Pieve' in Tavarnelle Val di Pesa about ...
... poetry readings. Various notable people used to go there, including Lenin and Virginia Wolf. Personally, I was so focused on the cannoli I failed to notice any socialists or feminists, but apparently they go there. We also stumbled upon a random unlimited wine tasting festival (as you can imagine this further confused me on the socialist/feminist question). One pair of skinny black European pants later (I will be so fantastically ...
... poses for me." We tried to go out to the bar at night but didn't really want to pay a cover charge so we ended up just wandering around for a while...but the city was gorgeous at night! The bridge was all lit up with lights and people were riding in gondolas along the river, it was so nice and relaxing just to sit on the wall and chill for a while with nothing to do and nowhere to be. ...
... more time in each place and more importantly, with each other. I got a little choked up saying goodbye to the Panda - my first left hand drive car which deserved a better life than the imbecilic car hire company could possibly give it. Obviously, saying goodbye to the car also meant that the adventure was drawing to a close. But we still had a couple of days in Florence and were determined to make the most of them.
Of all the museums and monuments ...
... for a while. It was really fun to get to know people better and just sit down and hang out and talk! I really like the staff I'm working with, it feels like we've known each other longer than just 4 weeks! I'm definitely going to be sad when I leave.
We spend most of evening getting to know other people at the bar and even talked to some local Italians (who of course hit on Caitlyn hard, haha).
Because it was a 3 day ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center