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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... was actually probably in his late 80's) to get in the car and try to put it in reverse for us. It took lots of gestures and the kind of clicking sounds you make with your mouth when you don't have the words for what you are trying to explain. She finally gets that we want her to try...and in 1 minute she figured it out. We ALL started clapping and the old man was waiving his cane around in victory. It was hilarious. Turns out - you had to pull up on it to get it to go into the ...
Despite visiting Florence a number of times I had never taken the opportunity to visit the Uffizi Gallery so it was time to correct this omission. The collection was started by the Medici family and in 1743 it was donated to the city by the last of the Medici. The gallery has since been adding other pieces to complement the collection. Andrea had reserved tickets for six of us and we had to be at the ticket office by 9am - no sleep in today. ...
... shared the great tiramisu. After than we walked and found the Palazzo Pfanner – building was quite good but the garden was truly gorgeous. Lots of lovely flowers, water fountain and white statues – we had a lovely rest in the garden in the shade. John bought some shorts. We also walked around and had a good look at the ANFITEATRO which used to be an amphitheatre but is now shops/restaurants built around in a circle – looks ...
... with their beautiful tiles,only in Tuscany. We caught the local train to our village and had antipasti with lovely French champagne followed by osso bucco. Rich found a local cheesecake and apple tart with whipped sweetened cream and out came the Vin De Constance dessert wine! What a treat to be able to live the dreamy fantasy, I do feel like the luckiest woman alive and my only problem is my hangover today and much broader ...
... Puccini concert later that evening. Dave, the culture vulture, said something about sharp sticks and poking eyes out, and decided not to join the opera group to listen to the performance. The concert was awesome and a real highlight with a soprano and a baritone singing works by Puccini, Verdi and Mozart.
After the opera we went for dinner at a restaurant that has been going since 1860. My choice for the evening was macaroni with rabbit and chestnuts. ...