Hotel Da Vinci
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Concierge desk
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... This means that Renault Megane we are driving (approximate equivalent of a Ford Fusion, but in station wagon form) feels, even when we are going 130km/h, as if its almost not moving. As Mom said earlier, “I get why they make all those high end sports cars here, the roads just beg to driven with something that hugs them.” No bumps, no jumps, very comfortable ride. The downside, however, is that when you combine the incredible smoothness of the roads and the curving ...
... jackets on a 100 degree day, back in 2003. The four of us were walking to see the Ponte Vecchio bridge, sweating & absolutely miserable, when two Italian men dressed to the hilt, stopped us & asked if we wanted some cold water & took us to their shop. We were so gullible, I mean, who buys leather jackets in the heat, but they were so nice! The one man kept saying, "Oh Treesha, you look so chic", then he measured me and said, "American women are ...
... you get to park your car, hire a deck chair on the beach and order drinks and food. We did find one spot where could get down on to the beach which was pleasant enough but the water was all churned up and not a nice colour. We then headed inland on a dual carriageway which was a relief for Barry. Went past Pisa and saw the Tower in the distance but didn't go back again. We got to the Aire at Vinci which was very nice so had a relaxing afternoon. We walked up to the village when ...
... we would have the fortune to return to the city. We saw statues of Michelangelo, and went to the famous Ponte Vecchio bridge, which was just as adorable as one would imagine.
A couple blocks out of the main square, we found Trattoria Za-Za where dad enjoyed Pasta Carbonara (a dish I actually know how to prepare), and mom ordered some pasta - with extra tomato sauce of course. As a group, we enjoyed my mom and dad’s first ...
... planes were full of school kids on excursions, so being staff travellers we got split with Mia going on BA to Heathrow and Nicci and I to Gatwick. Of course Nicci got a business class seat and I was down the back with the kids!
It is so easy travelling in Europe. The flight to London was about 2 hours and cost us say $60 aud.
On arrival back at Mia's flat I was surprised to get mail from the car rental we had used ...