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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... requires compulsory reservations, so I wanted to get that ticket early. The other train that I’ll be using will be a Regionale, which won’t be any problem.
The station was as busy and hectic as usual, with people everywhere and trains coming and going. I had some trouble with the ticket machines, as the first two I tried wouldn’t work. The computer network seemed to be “locked up” and just not responding. However ...
... are in Italian, English and Spanish with a few comparative words in Hungarian thrown in as well. We feel quite inadequate speaking only one language. Thank goodness the course is in English as that seems to be the second language everywhere we have been so far.
It is early morning here on Friday the last day of our cooking week and we just talked to Ali and Graeme and Alicia on Skype. The day is sunny for the moment but the wind has picked up and ...
... our plans for tomorrow we headed to the outdoor terrace of the Ristorante L'Antico Fonte, where we had dinner last night, which I must say was absolutely deliciozo. We put a pic of our antipasto "grande piatta" on Facebook to make you all envious! A few hours were passed here....making plans of course!"What about the third museum?" I hear you asking. We made the effort to return to the main street and go to what we thought was ...
... frescos on the walls that mirror the Duomo and dark mahogany wood paneling. Such a warm atmosphere. The wine list is extensive and the menu exquisite. And, I am pleased to say that I finally had my first fabulous meal here in Firenze. I enjoyed a smooth, very well balanced, Brunello from Montalcino. Favuloso! That went very well with my homemade ravioli filled with ricotta in a light butter sauce. Of course, one glass of vino was almost just as expensive as my pasta dish, but since it ...
... s show as well. We had emailed for reservations but they are booked far in advance. A ray of hope was held out-if the weather was fine on Sunday they would open the patio so we should call that morning. Sunday dawned sunny and warm so we called and were told to come along. We made our way to Panzano by local bus through the beautiful Tuscan countryside and arrived to the spectacle that was lunch. We found a crowd outside the butcher shop spilling out on ...