Hotel Terre di Casole
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Soooo, slept in and after eating a yummy chocolate croissant, we worked out in the well appointed gym that I was telling you about. It still has a feeling of an old winery with brick ceilings, but the equipment is high tech and the view out the arched floor to ceiling windows spectacular! We worked out for an hour and after showers we went for ...
... They also told him it was the most exciting thing they had seen all day. It was fun and funny. From there we walked up a very tall tower and saw the most lovely countryside. On our train from Firenze to Siena we got to see the Tuscan hills. They roll like what you imagine big waves in the middle of the Atlantic to roll like when no one is looking. Just huge swells that meander up and down very gracefully. It is just so pretty. On top of ...
... front where we saw small water snakes, after that any thought the girls had of going swimming was out the window.
All too soon it was time to say goodbye and head off to our respective villas, but not before making plans to meet up back home and compare photos and travels (we all figured at least we've been doing the same trips and won't bore each other with out multitude of ...
... 8217;t lie on the ground – yes another by-law!!
We then headed to Siena cathedral and by this stage you would think we would be all churched out. But no, this was so different it was again another 'wow’ moment. It was debatable whether the exterior or the interior was the more impressive. You would have thought that I would have learned from my experience in San Gimignano that churches in Italy don’t like bare ...
... the rest of the tomato sauce.
Shopping Day. We drove to Florence at parked at the Piazzale Michelangelo - a free parking area on top of a hill with a fantastic view overlooking Florence. A 20minute walk later and we were in the hustle and bustle. It turned out to be a hot day so crowds and heat got the better of us. We had split up for a coupe of hours and joined again for a late lunch. We didn't buy as much as we intended so ...