Casa Al Sole
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and bread and I'm going a little too ******* pizza, being made of cheese and bread, its going straight to my thighs! Mel has a lot more restraint that me, one of us has to be the adult. When we get to South of France for a week and a half house sitting job, I think its time for a bit of a detox with some Oz home cooking and some rigorous exercise with the dogs. Its been huge month, so we are looking forward to a bit of a slow week.
Bye for now.
... set of adventures.
Phil - Another item on the bucket list crossed off. I had thought the David statue would be about the size of a normal person. He was around 6 metres high. Very impressive, and very life like.
Gelati, apparently the italians invented it, and today you can buy it on nearly every street corner. I am not joking, every street has a gelati shop. They do give our favorite Lygon St. gelati shop a bit of competition though.
... courtyard were pebbles, small fountain and , of course, a small tortoise. Smaller than the one that kept me company in Siena. Oh my goodness there was another one, and another ! Three! We pointed and giggled, Forense and Carla chattering away in Italian, no English at all, Steve and me giggling, trying to work out what's the story with the tortoise. Very funny. We think they were to eat snails and stuff. The garden was a picture post card of Tuscany, and they were very proud ...
... art and architecture. We walked through piazza’s and down streets that were filled with history. We crossed a street that used to be a roman wall and were told about the old economy of Florence, and a bit about the families that ruled it.
Ponte Vecchio, the oldest bridge, even spared by Hitler in WWII, was the next stop. It was beautiful. We walked passed the Uffizi gallery, where Mom and I are going tomorrow, and out onto ...
... Baptistry and Duomo Museum behind it. The Duomo is in the process of being cleaned and it certainly makes a difference. Fortunately for us the front has been completed and the scaffolding was at the back. We went straight in (it was about 10am) because later there were very long queues. Around the piazza and in all of Florence generally we were amazed at the size of the tour groups especially if two arrived at the same time, with 50 to 60 in each group. It is ...