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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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We had the most amazing Tuscan day. Slept in, woke to the smell of espresso (thanks to housekeeper and Pilar sleeping late) and a sunny sky! Today was our visit to Luciano Pasquini's villa and studio tour! Luciano picked us up at 11:00 and we experienced an amazing few hours. There was a translator who helped with communication, thank heavens. Rachele, worked with us and Luciano to tour his home and studio. We were surprised at the talent ...
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Rather than scenic route back to Ciocchino we decided to opt for the motorway as it was getting late in the day. Unfortunately it was meant to be a quick journey and we ended up being caught, standstill for over an hour!! Didn't move at all! I had to ring our accommodation an let them know we would be in late!
Had delicious dinner - spicy grilled quail with truffle potatoes, Sean had wild boar and pasta and GMA had duck. ...
... a long way, I saw a sign that said platform 2E, 400 meters. A quick calculation in my head, I said to myself, that is a whole lap around a track, YIKES! Xavier arrived first and turned around to do what he could to help get everyone on the train. We made it, unbelievable, but we made it! and not one complaint from any of the kids, just a sense of accomplishment that we had succeeded with something that seemed damn near impossible. Yeah Team ...
... San Gimignano. They say the best time to go there is in late afternoon to evening, when all the bus tours and heavy people traffic leave. It was about 5:00 so we thought that would be a good time to go. That was our favorite place so far. Beautiful place. We loved it. Now I see why everyone goes there. Again, took some pictures, but not sure if they captured the uniqueness and quaintness of it. It started to rain and of course I left ...
... than I expected, and at first, I thought “well, yup, looks just like the pictures.” Then you stand still for a moment and keep looking up, and you realize you can see everything… the veins in the crook of his elbow, the way the muscles pull across his ribs, the tightness of tendons in his lower legs. While the face is definitely well done, it is antique and stone- but the rest of his body is surreal, and you ...