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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
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... orange glaze. Both were wonderful. Mary started with Foie Gras terrine with toasted brioche with orange and raspberry glaze. For dinner she had Spaghetti with Pistachio Sauce, served with gilled jumbo Prawns. We split a bottle of Sito Moresco and admired the great views. A truly memorable dinner.
Took the walk back to the apartment and discovered new guests had moved in upstairs. More on that later.
That’s it for now.
Angelo and Mary.
... the apartment we had rented, Paul and the crew were packing everything up and clearing out. They arrived about 8:35 and the line was already over 2 blocks long. We saw the Sistine Chapel which we all really enjoyed it but now the race was on. We had left our car in Orvieto outside of Rome for free parking and a safer environment. This meant that now, we had to catch a bus to the train station and a train to Orvieto and we really wanted to get the ...
... from hot & sunny to very,, very rainy. Just as we started along the 30 mile trek of coastal road the winds picked up and the clouds opened up, and we found ourselves in a torrential rain storm with thunder and lightning. Alice pulled over and stopped at one point because it was impossible to see out the windshield. More excitement than I bargained for! The storm lasted for about 45 minutes and then turned into a more normal heavy ...
... the oldest and biggest in Italy where we got to sample dozens of amazing wines, most of which were very expensive.
The time in the winery was at times spoilt by the arrogant Americans milling about, yelling at one another who was the most knowledgeable about wine, being very rude to the staff and trying to aggressively haggle down their bill at the end. We were so angry at the yanks as we ate out ...
In the morning our driver started off by taking us first thing to Piazzale Michelangelo which has beautiful overlooks of the city from South of the Arno. After taking numerous pictures, which are attached, we went just up the hill to the San Miniato Church which was the first Christian cemetery in Florence and is inhabited by monks. Just like the Duomo and several other churches in Florence it was decorated on the ...