- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... of Italian history and a great sense of humour, we came away feeling enlightened and uplifted. The Cathedral has a mixture of Moorish stone work and Byzantine frescos. Basically the building blocks were plundered from many sources, like greek temples and other city states. An ornate lamp hangs from the centre of this magnificent cathedral which Galileo reputedly used as part of his study of momentum. The tower of course he used to think ...
... the trees here), a bottle of olive oil and homemade tomato pasta sauce and some pasta. There are three apartments in the one large villa here and it sounds like the other families are Dutch and American. The pool is very warm and inviting with tasteful, modern sun loungers and umbrellas surrounding it. We unpacked, the kids had a quick dip in the pool, we had homemade pizza for dinner and then it was bed. We fell asleep to the most spectacular electrical storm. By ...
... looking towards the town. The room was very spacious and Glenys flooded the bathroom again, whoopsy!!!
We went to the pool and had a swim, it was nice to relax in some lovely cool water. We had towelling slippers and robes provided by the hotel so it was good to put them to use.
We finally had a kettle in the room, the Italian's don't usually provide these, so we enjoyed a cup of tea.
We met the group at the hotel dining room for dinner. It was a set menu for ...
... at how much of a lean it had, in fact so much so I wondered apprehensively if it might be the day it topples with me on route to the top? The three buildings also shone so brightly with their ornate marble exteriors amongst the tan and terracotta of Pisa buildings it was quite a sight.
One observation that may seem racist, so apologies in advance but its what we thought. There are loads of Africans walking around trying to sell ...
... cumin (Marco recommended a place), the only thing we missed was the old roman walls on the inside of the church, we ran out of time as we had some Aussie food to cook!
Marco let us commandeer his kitchen and we got to work, a starter of Moroccan meat pies followed by hamburgers with the lot; that was the plan at least. It turns out that we only had enough pastry for one pie each with one spare, we had planned to make two each and have some for the next day however the ...