Frantoio delle Grazie
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... we were due to catch our train to Venice at 3.30pm. We arrived at the train station at about 11am so this gave us our first opportunity to do some sightseeing in the centre of florence. Of course, we had no idea which direction to walk in, so I approached a taxi driver and asked him where was the main shopping street in Florence. He kindly provided me a map and drew some directions and we set off to see something of the heart of ...
... lunch we walked back along the banks of the river Aare in beautiful sunshine and watched the locals at their summer pastime floating downstream on the very fast current. The sun was gleaming on the dome of the Swiss Parliament building as we made our way to the Bern Hauptbahnhof to catch our train to Zurich Flughafen. A quick trip up to the terrace in front of the Bern University for one last view across the capital of Switzerland and we joined our SBB CFF ...
... it is chestnut" she sys with great authority. Boy, says Ray later, she knows her stuff, “hard to trip HER up”
The tour takes a break on the rooftop terrace at the Uffizi towered over by the tower of the Palazzo Vecchio so close you could touch it. We then meet at the designated door in one of the corridors of the Uffizi to enter the Vasari Corridor – the door is the only one along the corridor with red alarm bars across it in case ...
... to the many market stores and the brass pig( rumored to be lucky when you rub his snout) to MORE shopping for some and Italian ice cream. The day ended off with the challenge of teachers against the kids in 30 seconds- where the teachers just just proved we are cleverer than the kids. We are now on route to Rome via Pisa so get ready for all those photos of everybody trying to straighten the famous ...
... soup made with white beans and veggies, but thickened with day-old bread. It’s called “Remolita”, and before being eaten you are supposed to drizzle a little EVOO on top and sprinkle it with fresh black pepper. It was so delicious! This being a more traditional dinner, we had several courses and it was a little tough to finish them all. The second course was 2 types of pasta: house-made gnocchi from the recipe of the ...