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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- 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 ...
... with a job like that, and it was amazing to hear her stories.
Our hostel, Villa Camerata, is 20 mins out of Florence city. I stayed here with my parents when I was 12, and it is just like I remember – more like a grand villa than a youth hostel! Although some of their facilities are a bit run down, and the breakfast is still awful. We had to walk up the long winding driveway, and were to glad to throw down our packs in the dorm room (where Katharina and Mira ...
... We spent quite a bit of time marveling at both masterpieces. The Pieta, with Christ in the arms of his mother Mary, Mary Magdalene as well as Nicodemus, is unfinished because when he got to this point there was an imperfection in the grain of the marble at Mary's elbow and other parts near there, so he discarded it. He had started it when he was 80 and it was intended for his own funerary chapel. He used his own features for Nicodemus. Each of the Bible ...
... evening we went to the Ufizzi museum . We did try to make it to a certain gelato place which was suppose to be the best in Florence, but......wait for it......yes, we got lost ! We did manage to make it to the museum on time, but then we gave ourselves 2 hours to find it . Ha ha it was a 10 minuet walk from our b&b . The art work at the museum was stunning! The only problem was there was so much of it! You just could not absorb all of it in the time we had. We ...
... 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 ...