Frantoio delle Grazie
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... between the two venues where two teams basically just hammer a ball at each other on a big court...with tambourines.
Bite the bullet and pay for a bus tour round Tuscany, one of those very uncool people but hey it's quicker than the trains. Quickly mingle with other lone travellers from Oz (Grace), Gloria (US), and a German and English-Indian guy who's name I don't remember because I didn't see them in Rome or Naples unlike others. We ...
... the street from our apartment and then headed back to do laundry. Our apartment only has a washer, so we had to hang dry everything.
While I was catching up on writing about Florence - Ian decided to make Italian homemade coffee in a Moka pot. It came out delicious and strong; now I think Ian wants to get an espresso machine.
We decided to head out to explore parts of Florence that we haven't seen yet - we grabbed ...
... was a real character and could only speak very limited English. Therefore our tour guide had to translate and based on some of the stuff he was saying there were some sentences that seemed to inappropriate for the tour guide to repeat in translation to us (assume because some kids on the tour). The food and wine just kept coming all night. I loved the food but couldn't bring myself to eat the poor leg of Bugs Bunny.
... It was built to allow Cosimo I de Medici and his family to move between his palace and office without having to miggle with the crowds, by literally walking 20 feet above them in an enclosed corridor! Now that's a way to sort out traffic issues!
This covered walk also has unexpected views like a window opening into a balcony in the small church of Santa Felicita, to allow the Medici family to attend Mass privately without being seen! ...
... us on the street and asked us to look at his menu. We did, out of respect, with no intention of eating there because it looked like a hole-in-the-wall restaurant. At last, he tempted us with glass of champagne on the house. Naturally, then, we agreed. The inside was surprisingly elegant. The waiter was very polite. The lasagna you will see in my pictures is what I ordered. It was the best lasagna I have ...