Borgo di Fontebussi
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- Minbar in room
- Kids pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
- Outdoor pool
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I hope this blog isn't getting too boring on our Italy leg. Chris and I are enjoying a quick break in the middle of all of our traveling. Yesterday was even more relaxing. We went into town for espressos again in the morning. It's become a habit for us here. I'm even drinking espressos every morning! They're a little smaller than espressos ...
... a bit of an adventure ordering some lunch meats from the deli counter. Also, in the produce section there was a woman who would pick out, bag, and weigh all of your produce for you. We would tell her we wanted some tomatoes and then she would ask us what we were going to use them for and she would pick the right kind of tomato at the right level of ripeness. It was a bit tricky for us to communicate, since chris and I don't know much ...
... are you in luck, because they are heavenly. We were given rough directions to one of the secret bakeries with the last direction stating “once you’re relatively close, you just follow the smell”. Sarah and I stayed in Friday night after I got home from Venice and we decided to start roaming for these bakeries at 2am in sweatpants while everyone else was out partying....next time I wont be wearing sweats and glasses ...
... against it, citing reasons of adventure. In the end, I’m very glad I did so, because I actually hitched there faster than if I would have taken a bus.
Even though I did not spend a lot of time in former Yugoslavia, I got a small idea of the conflicts between the different peoples of the area. Serbia’s 100-dinar bill portrays famous physicist Nikola Tesla. I think Tesla is an interesting figure, so I took some of the bills with me as souvenirs ...
Our last full day in Florence was full of some big sights! After walking past it a few times, we finally made it into The Duomo & The Baptistry. While both are very impressive, the Duomo is more exciting on the outside, while the Baptistry is more impressive on the inside (the doors, of course, are amazing, but even they are replicas)! We did go to the associated museum and saw the original doors "The Gates ...