Hotel Le Renaie
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Wide awake at 2am and manage to doze until 7am – Mum and Rose have now joined us and we all have a big loud Dabb million-words-a-minute catch up over breakfast! ... Pain au chocolate, custard donuts, cereals, delicious breads, apricot croissants, soft cheeses in foil and REAL coffee (beats the nasty powder stuff in Thailand – snob!). Delicioso! Back on the road in our now full people mover ...
... way, and the first portion has no sidewalks. We covered the ground quickly, though, and soon were within the city walls. It's much nicer within city walls when you're not lugging suitcases. San Gimignano is very pretty. It's also very good exercise. San Gimignano is what's known as a "Hill town" because it was built on top of a hill for easy defense. It's also got a fair amount of hill inside it too, and we wandered literally up and down the streets ...
... town and got to see more of the nightlife. When we reached the hotel Dad went to bed and Francesco and I went out for a drink nearby. I am very grateful to have such a good friend in Florence, I never in my wildest dreams thought I would get a tour of the city from a friend I made in Copenhagen. We sat around and talked for a while, and I got a glimpse into what an Italian's life was like in this city. It was a very long and fun first full day in Florence that I'll always remember.
... the head of Goliath.” That’s it. One room we entered was narrated for another room because nothing the narrator said made any sense at all. In one room the narrator stated, “This room has two very well known paintings that are actually so well known that they don’t even have to be mentioned.” Golly, I feel dumber than I did when I walked in, if that’s possible.
I found the best use of the audio tour was to hold the device ...
... in hand. Amused at myself for being curious about someone, just from a careless word slipped in to a sentance. The hotel is noisy at night. The walls to the rooms are thin, and the sounds of people are sure to keep me awake. My late night playlist becomes my lullaby, dampening down the irregular sharp sounds from elsewhere. I am awoken at 1.30am by the sound of a text. It's Cathy, wondering where Murphy is. It's only taken her five days to become ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed