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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... is all marble in shades of white, pink and green. Along the walls are mosaics and paintings and behind the alter are lovely painted frescos around stained glass windows. The pulpit, a large white marble and porphyry creation by Arnolfo di Cambio is very impressive. Through a door on the north side is an enchanting room originally a library, the walls are painted in wonderful scenes in vivid colours painted 1502 to 1507 by Bernardino ...
... Montaione and picking up some bread (oh and of course......a gelato for the kids!). We had a quick lunch at the villa, grabbed our togs and headed north west to Cascina Terme (45mins away) to the thermal baths. They are said to have healing qualities with their special healing thermal waters and so the older members of our family were very keen to see if this held true in repairing/revitalizing old,decrepit body parts. ...
... and ended with a full charge with swords drawn. Of course they were on the opposite side of the track from us for the charge, so no pictures of that part, but we did get a few pictures of the beginning and it was still spectacular! The race itself started with a false start, the first one of those for us. There was a very nice family from Illinois beside us who had no idea what was going on. We had fun being teachers and sharing ...
... 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 ...
... s", (aka Consorzio Agrario di Siena). It was a just beautiful store with tons of fresh foods including a deli counter and bakery. And lo and behold, the bakery made very nice-looking pizza. So we got some to eat there, and some panforte (a local sweet treat) to go. We enjoyed our panforte on the unusually round and sloped piazza, with the light breeze blowing powdered sugar all over us. It was lovely. The rest of the ...