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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... up to 30m high (to keep the Florentine's from attacking) and inside the walls is a very charming yet lively city with cobblestone streets and terraced houses amongst churches, universities and everything else you would imagine. Everyone is super friendly, and it has a much more relaxed feel than Florence we felt and certainly is not as crammed. We are heading towards winter and the clocks have now clicked back an hour into normal time, but we have had a week of ...
... is a very large plaza with a beautiful but smallish fountain. We read somewhere that this is the best plaza for people watching. We certainly enjoyed the scene. We found a strategic outside table and settled in for an entertaining view of tourists and ordered lunch. When our combo pizza arrived each topping was on a separate quarter so we had olive pizza, artichoke pizza, mushroom pizza and ham pizza, all pretty tasty. Many Italian tourists had a dog in tow. Big dogs, ...
... in the church and it was pouring with rain so we found cover again and got an ice cream even tho it was cold. We wandered around the streets for a bit looking in shops and played a few games with dad in the streets. We went back to our car and drove home. It took an hour to come home then had dinner and had a big big sleep we dreamed about a lot of things. From ...
... what is surely the nicest grappa I've ever had, very smooth and subtly flavored, but we didn't want to be hauling around a bottle of that for as long as it would take to drink it.
We headed home, and then went out for dinner. After having some setbacks with recent restaurant choices, I asked Jola to choose, a responsibility she took quite seriously. I think she made a really good choice. ...
... and liquor to go. What a country! Our car is a diesel and manual shift, but we're happy and off we go following the polite british accent directives of our Tom-Tom navigator. The signage here is completely whacky and the drivers erratic, but we find the autostrada and make the 1 hr drive to San Gimignano. Traffic is not allowed on the narrow streets of San G, but you're allowed to drive up to the hotel, unload, then make your way (somehow) back down to the ...