Convento di San Francesco
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... a little search found the charming Villa Sonnino.
We checked in and were shown to our spacious and rather grand room with an equally spacious en suite bathroom. And.....a complimentary bottle of champagne ........!,
After unpacking we donned our waterproof jackets and went in search of the historical town centre. The church and tower are situated on the crest ...
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... started out again about 7.30pm and finally had some luck. We finished our washing at about 9.30pm at a cost of 13 Euro’s each, pleased we had all our washing done.
En route home we stopped off at a Chinese buffet and all except me had dinner there at a cost of 20 Euro’s each. The meal had plenty of Prawns and lobster and they said it was the best meal of the tour so far.
Then off to bed for an early evening.
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... then headed down to the Cathedral of Florence, officially known as Cattedrale Santa Maria del Fiore but better known as the Duomo, was originally planned in 1296 as a Gothic cathedral by Arnolfo di Cambio. The queues were ridiculous and so we walked around the parameter to check out the sites. Once we had found the entrance to the Cupola (dome) and got around to the front again, the line had shortened and we joined it. It moved quite fast and eventually we ...