- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
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Travel Blogs from Reggello
... built, but it was somewhere in the 15th or 16th century, and its name Palazzo de Gazza (a bird noted for its attraction and theft of shiny objects) is memorialized in a fresco-like painting in the entry. As though we had stepped bck 500 years, we followed Elena through the doors to the lobby with its classical, Romanesque statues of the Four Evangelists that welcomed us to our palace.
But we ...
... A couple of the old buildings that we visited are still used as public buildings today. For example, the Tribune (court house) has a fabulous ceiling, which I am sure poor sods will appreciate as they turn up for their day in court! We had lunch in a small trattoria overlooking one of the squares - beautiful pesto gnocchi for me, and pasta for Garth, with the obligatory red wine and sparkling water. And loads of fresh bread to mop up the sauces. So ...
Alore, we started our day a little earlier as Dave was leaving to go back home...we'll miss him but I'm guessing Elizabeth and the kids will be glad to have him home....he has lots to tell them on their drive to the Ozarks tomorrow! We tried something new today...instead of calling a cab for the airport (€25) we walked Dave over to the bus station to catch the Volainbus to the airport (€6.00) doesn't take a genius to know that's a deal and they ...
... bit scary especially where there was only one way up and one down and the stairs where only one person wide, but had to accommodate both the ascending and descending people. My knee didn't like me too much after that one, as evidenced by the constant shaking of my my legs for about 20 minutes after we reached the ground.
It was good to reach the ground again, not just to get away from the constant queuing but also that the sun had started to come out and ...
... the form spring to life from the marble is truly a gift to witness. It is not just tourists that are here to enjoy the art. On two occasions I saw fathers with their young sons and they were obviously explaining finer points of the art to young boys that were equally excited about what they were seeing, as they say here molto bene!
After a first day of amazing hot weather (and after buying another ...