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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... headed over to San Gimignano for lunch. Back at the same place Dave, Cyndy, and I discovered a few days ago! We loved that place and were more than happy to return! :-)
Over lunch, we discussed possibilities for traveling again with Cristiano - perhaps next fall. He is affiliated with Punto Tours, a company that does cycling trips. They utilize great bikes and Cristiano knows great places to bike. ...
... a wide-eyed Myles that San Marco was not alive when he was placed in the barrel with the all the pork.Our trip to Florence was comfortable on the train. So far the trains have been very clean and relaxing. We have been able to get a group of four seats with a table and an additional two for most of our journeys. The kids enjoy their quiet time blogging, reading or gaming. This has typically been their only chance for screen ...
... It is obvious that this town has been working to get everything ready. Almost on every street corner I passed, there were families and workers preparing food, having lunch together on tables and benches outside with their neighbors, lots of children running around and just an overall sense of excitement for the upcoming event.
I found a nice restaurant on Il Campo to have a bit of lunch. I had the BEST minestrone soup. It wasn't so "tomatoey" ...
... metres down the road and Paul tried to take the roundabout on the wrong side of the road, but was quickly corrected by three voices yelling "no, go right!!!!" Out of downtown Florence and onto to the Siena-Florence freeway headed for Our B&B accommodation. Its a two lane freeway and they drive like racing drivers along here. Sonya and I packed into the back with one of our wheelie bags jammed between us. After an hour on the road we took a break at an Autogrill and Paul had ...
... street are typicial of Tuscan towns. The view was to die for. It has 7 Medieval towers left from the original 70 which were built by the wealthy - the higher the tower the more wealthy the owner. They used to defend the town and provide a safe haven in times of seige - they would climb up and pour hot oil on the enemy. When black death (bubonic plague) devastated the population in 1348 this town's power faided and they ...