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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Monteroni d'Arbia
The kids have jumped straight into the swimming pool, I think we'll spend a couple of days hanging out by the pool relaxing and taking a break from being tourists as we've been on the go out and about sight seeing everyday for the past 3 week and some of us (I will not name and shame) need to recharge our batteries and find our happy place, it's a tough life when your parents make you go on holiday for 6 weeks!!
... job but with English). We all spoke about various Italian phrases ('fico' is the word for fig; not to be confused with a very similar word that is quite inappropriate), local snakes (the ones with triangular designs on the back of their heads blend into the forage and will kill you) and the development of 'Tuscan Italian,' which apparently came into existence post WWII and blends Italian language styles from all regions of the then-new nation. ...
... the shopping centre in the train station to check out the shops. There was a huge store similar to Domayne but other than that not much of interest.We got some more tissues and cold water at the supermarket for the day. We headed back up the mountain of escalators and travellators to the top. We went back to our room before heading back out. We had to get our bags and phones, we had left them to charge. The train station is only a minute walk from us.
We got on the ...
... 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 ...
... bit of time here over the next few days, it is a great space and is busy with people no matter what time of the day it is. It is apparently the most famous medieval piazza or open space in Italy. It has nine sections which represent the nine councillors or rulers who were in council in the 12th century when it was built. At the end of the piazza is the Torre del Mangia (or tower of eating) it was the highest tower in Italy for many centuries and at 88m, is still second ...