Borgo San Benedetto
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- Swimming pool
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... have walked so far now that they just couldn't keep out the rain. I'm currently trying to walk-in a new pair of ankle boots, with a 'membrane' to repel rain and snow. These new boots couldn't save me from an embarrassing and painful 'capitombolo' (tumble) onto the road when I slid on a metal manhole, bruising my back and jarring my neck, but mainly losing my dignity! The next day was fine and sunny, and we had a really wonderful day in Lucca, catching an early train for the ...
... Ponte Vecchio, because at the last minute, Hitler was convinced to preserve it because of it's historical value. They have restored the other bridges and used as much of the old material as they could. On the top of the bridge Ponte Vecchio, there is a passage way that connects the government center on one side of the city with Pitti Palace on the other side of the river. That palace was owned by the first Medici's wife and this was ...
... get off in a little town called Fiesole and climb to the top of the hill for a gorgeous view over Florence, walking down the other side we get a great view of the green hills, dotted with houses and cypress trees. We stroll through the little town for an hour before returning to the city where we get tickets to climb to the top of the dome in the Duomo. After queuing for sometime in the boiling sun we take the 466 ...
... minutes to spare and frostbite. After we returned the Segway's we were meeting up with the girls at the apartment to have lunch. As soon as we had finished lunch we were to go to a massive cathedral (Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore), it was near our apartment. There was a huge tower that I climbed alone to take some pictures. The view was brilliant. We then walked in to the cathedral. There was a huge dome that ...
... Stefania and her father. We were shown to our villa and Stefania informed us of the sights and day trips of the area. This beautiful residence and its' gardens are maintained by the family.
Next day we set off for San Gimignano, a small medieval town set on top of a hill in Tuscany (known as the Town of Fine Towers). With its' amazing architecture, the streets, the encircling ...