How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility 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 ...
... beds that night. We realized that by travelling as a couple, we could get hotel rooms for cheaper than we could get hostels ( unless we wanted to be in a 20 person mixed dorm, which we did do in Lyon.) hostels get booked up a lot faster than cheap hotels in a city. Lyon may be our one and only on this trip in fact! We will be cheaping out in Freiburg though, staying with friends in the city. It took us 20 minutes, but we made it safe and sound to our hotel. While I ...
At breakfast, there were 5 tables. Three of them were from NC! What are the odds? Two from Wilmington, and another from Charlotte. The lady from Charlotte peaked our interest in visiting Cinque Terre. But, our schedule is full. We had to confirm our Tuscany Tour for Tuesday (which we booked and paid for last week.) When the concierge called, they said they might do the tour, and they might not....they would let us know ...
... discoveries of each new place. Each has its unique quality - Montelupo has ceramics, San Casciano in Val di Pesa had hilltop prominence, Impruneta had a circus in town, Castelina in Chianti had a gorgeous castle / church, Greve in Chianti had wine, picturesque surroundings and a wonderful piazza.
Many photos of delightful countryside taken today. But it’s the shops that intrigue ...
... 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 ...