Fattoria Di Maiano
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... home. I got turned around once and then decided to go into the overly-packed Conad which took forever. Then I stopped at the 99 cent store on the way back and finally made it to the house after 8:00pm.
Once home, Meghan and I got ready for dinner and walked to the Palazzo Borghese for the free student dinner. It took us a while to walk to, but it was well worth it. The dinner was served buffet style which is ...
... This hotel was much cheaper and so much nicer. This move was going to save me over $300. I got a room on the top floor, the 5th I went up into the room and it was perfect. Sigh! This is was I was looking for. It had a balcony that had a view of many of the domes and rooftops in Florence. It was bright, natural light, clean and comfortable. She even called me after I got into the room to see if I was happy with it - a great touch. ...
... shopping on the
Bridge in Florence. There were so many pretty jewelry shops. I bought a very
pretty fleur de lis coin purse and a fleur de lis charm. They will always be
special to me. Also, I had a great time shopping at the Open-Air Markets. But
just as wonderful was when we saw the Statue of David. I’ll never forget it!
... extravagant facade, dates back to the 13th-century. The interior of the church contains several works by Donatello, Bernini, and Michelangelo, but its real claim to fame rests upon the intricate designs of the inlaid marble floor, which took a variety of artisans over 200-years to complete.
After our brief tour of the Duomo, we had about 45-minutes of free time, so we returned to the Piazza del Campo, wandering around its massive open spaces, while admiring the ...
It's Saturday, and we're off to Chianti for a wine tour. Matteo was our guide (a professional wine sommelier with a great personality). There were five other people in our van. Unfortunately, it rained for a while, but that didn't stop us from tasting some fabulous wine, cheeses, meats, bread, and olive oil. Thankfully, the sun came out by the time we ate lunch.
We visited two wineries - a Chianti winery and a ...