Hotel Da Vinci
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... thank goodness. I am typing this entry sitting in the portico looking over Pistoia. Phil and Diane said they are having a lovely time. Di bought a $10 one size fits all dress at the market and she loves it.
The daughter of Giorgio has just brought us these tuscan specialty crispy bread treats filled with garlic, rosemary and parmesan cheese - yum. What a lovely family Giorgio has.
... quarters of various wealthy families (e.g. the Medici family) and royals over the centuries. (We were singing Lorde’s “Royals” while we toured…”And we’ll never be royals…”) Our visit to the palace ended with a climb up the bell tower – 416 steps – for an amazing view of the city. We got our first good look at Florence’s main attraction – the Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore, ...
... comfortable here it is a safe city & the Italians are like nothing else, very entertaining! Nothing like seeing a family on a scooter! Their driving is crazy but that is nothing new. Hear buzz of scooters, plates & cutlery, chatter & laughter, then walk down a side street and its like stepping into another world. Lovely crafts, leather, bronze, marble sculptures the city of the masters of Art. And that's why we are ...
... knocked out by a punch and you don't get fouled! For dinner we found a very Italian pizza restaurant called Pizzaman, but believe it or not it was incredibly delicious pizza which we found right around the corner. We're teaching the kids euchre tonight while sampling some more chianti. Just practicing for our wine tour tomorrow! Happy Father's Day to all the fathers out there ... I miss you ...
... Endless rows of vineyards and olive groves up hills and into valleys. Small villas perched high with tall cyprus trees standing to attention. The lush green fields, and fresh air in our face, the ride made us understand what keeps motorcyclist on the road. It's hard to describe the adrenaline that was pumping; be it the ride itself or the picturesque scenery. As the lane ways winded along, we tried hard not to pitch ourselves. Here we were in Italy on ...