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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Pets allowed
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... A small walled village but beautifully kept with very narrow lanes and tall stonewalled houses.
While in Greve we had walked past a small shop where the owner had just finished making his fresh pasta for the day, so dinner for us was fresh Picci pasta with a seafood sauce and salad, back in the apartment.
Friday being our last day in this beautiful part of Tuscany we booked a special lunch at the highly recommended Sant'Agnese Farm. What ...
... a look at trains and places to stay in Venice as that will be our next stop on Friday. We decide to go out and eat something small and just walk around a bit so we can try to get tired! We find a little restaurant a short walk from our hotel and I get a pizza and Bradden gets stewed wild boar. I tried it and it was delicious! So I was jealous for the rest of our meals that I didn't get that. By the time we've finished eating and start walking back to our room ...
... reckon and there are too many flavours to choose from. Today we went a private tour of Sienna, again the weather was great and we has a lovely guide called Stella. She happily walked us round her town and through the St Catherine's church where there is relics of her (for those that haven't been here or dont know about relics in churches, the reason why people come to these churches throughout europe from all over the world to pray ...
... works to see. We decided to also go to the Galileo Science Museum. It cost 9 Euro each. It is an Institute and Museum of the History of Science in Florence. Here you find scientific instruments and devices that used to be housed in the Uffizi in centuries past. Now they are here. The fantastic Globe Room contains an enormous globe that showed the movement of the constellations and stars revolving around the earth. Back to the Piazza dell Duomo to the ...
... yesterday. In Italy many restaurants charge €2 for bread as a matter of course. Skipping lunch, we drove through the narrow roads of Chianti and visited three hill towns over 4-1/2 hours: Castellini, Radda and Volpaia. Castellini is the smallest of the three towns but it may be the oldest dating back to Etruscan times. There seemed to be just one old main street lined with little shops. We stopped by a wine bar ...