Castello Di Spaltenna Exclusive Tuscan Resort & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
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... in Gaioli when the tourist office opened after the siesta, Palle eventually started on the 12 km ride back to get a new bolt. But in the first village there was a cycle service car outside a bike shop and not only did they have the missing parts, they gave it for free! Mille Grazie and I have a friend in Italy who one day might come and ask me, or someone in my family for a favor. With the bike fixed we decided that we liked both the ...
... to the Sunday Mass that was in progress. There was even a guard on the door! It was very, very busy with TOURISTS taking photos (including us) We saw Casa di Dante - near where Dante probably lived and heard about how Dante developed the Italian language that can be understood by all Italians. Some other areas of Italy however have their own dialect but they can all understand the Florentines. Next we saw the Statue of David (a copy ...
... dinner to get appetizers, hinting the name appertivo, but us Americans go for an actual dinner. I think each of us went up to get the different varieties of food at least six times each. To make it sound a little bit better, the plates are pretty much microscopic and could only hold a little bit on each one. There was everything from rice, to bruschetta, to pizza rolls, to the most delicious pasta ever. I decided to order a ...
... Prince Francesco Medici, 1566, that said:
"Human desires are just madness and they lead to empty dreams...."
I gave this one a bit of thought. I am still thinking about it and will let you know what I come up with.
The walls everywhere were lined with patterned satin...so beautiful. No wall "paper" here! Only the finest satin carefully folded and tacked to the walls with many, many tiny nails. There were many, ...
... the mid-1400's. Brunelleschi was responsible for the design of this room (he died before the rest of the church was completed), and Donatello took care of many of the details (again, before he died). With the muted white walls and the grey stone outlining the vaults for the dome above, this is the type of room that makes geometry nerds such as myself very, very content. Everything was symmetrical; everything worked in harmony. I particularly liked seeing the ...