Hotel Ristorante Il Poeta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to Bellgio. Don't know how these drivers pilot busses along such narrow winding roads with stone walls on either side. Arr. Bellagio after dark and had to climb 70 mtr flight of cobbled stairs to get to apartment. Another dummy spit as her bag couldn't cope with the loading rough cobbles and handle broke when I was dragging it up the stairs. 4 nights at La Limonara- ...
I think I'll be retiring to Tuscany one day! The beyond beautiful Tuscan hillsides did not disappoint today! We got up early to get to San Gimignano near 9am. We had a chance to explore this village for about two hours, and it was a much better way to start a Monday morning than we're all use to! This is a small, walled medieval hill town known as the 'Town of Fine Towers.' It is famous for its medieval architecture, and still has ~13 of its towers which create ...
... he also couldn't sleep.
I managed to find some sleep around 2:00AM. I woke again at 4:00AM. I Basically rested from 4:00-6:00AM as opposed to sleep.
At 6:30AM, we set off for the metro station to take us into my own personal Fearscape (a la Divergent).
Here's my take on Roma Termini:
- Vigilance is key. Everything you've read about the gypsies and pick-pockets is true, and we absolutely saw them in action. ...
... next day because we have an early start at the Accedamia which houses the statue of David. We thought we would go local for dinner tonight and walked up the street and found a small bakery that sold a flat focaccia style bread with what we think was mozzarella and ham. Nice. Two of those a drink and two cannelloni cost €6. In Italy food is very cheap when you go away from the tourist hotspots. Anyway a nice day in Florence even if the Uffizi was less than inspiring. ...
... had lunch on the left bank at a lovely little restaurant overlooking and overhanging the Arno. After our lunch we wandered back along the Ponte Vecchio, on the other side this time. We headed home past the Uffuzi Gallery and marvelled once again at the incredible talent of the sculptors. Back home after 6hours of exploring this wonderful city. Friday 11th October 2013 We set off for the cooking academy and were met by Alfredo, who took us to San Lorenzo Market where ...