Hotel Le Renaie
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... of Michelangelo, Galileo, Niccolo Medicci and Dante, as well as works by Donatello. On our way there, we walked through a little alleyway where school children were being let out for the day and families were there picking them up (no one was in a car; everyone walked or rode bikes). It was a very cute, Italian, everyday scene, and we enjoyed watching it unfold. All the parents picking up their kids had some kind of snack for them -- that must be some kind of tradition or regular ...
... a canned tomato "bruschetta topping" may not have been our most amazing meal here, but it was still remarkably edible considering. I guess here they care about the quality of even the canned prepared foods... We decided that we really did want to trek back into town for dinner tonight (and to forgo the on-site dinner), so we carefully rationed the rest of the day for swimming, walking, eating, and walking back before dark -- all of which went perfectly … except that ...
... Although it was an amazing statue to have the opportunity to witness, it wasn't much different than the fake ones.
The night started off fabulous and we went to this new pub where we got very interesting beer. Right when I got home it was super dark in our apartment and we had two of Paige's friends staying at our place for a while and her suitcase was out. Being the blonde that I am I tripped over the suitcase and nailed my chin on the ground where it was ...
... and was extremely nice to us. We also got to sample lots of bread, salami, this balsamic cream and some other few things. My roommates and I had a blast. At the end we all ended up buying our favorite wine. Mine happened to be the cheapest J. I also bought the balsamic cream which is great for bread and pasta. Kevin purchased around 6 bottles but got them for a great price and bought some that ...
... coloured ceramics… the regular Tuscan fare.
We walked to the "punta panoramico" (viewpoint) and admired the view and then walked into the town square. There were lots of amazing buildings to take pictures of and lots of things for me to look at while Steve waited for everybody to get out of his picture :)
We decided to have lunch at a little sidewalk café (Is it a sidewalk café if it’s out in ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed