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- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... in to the Green room. A nice room in an apartment in the old town close to most of the major attractions.
All settled we went out to look for a dinner place. We had a recommendation from the hotel for a local place nearby but that was full (made reservations for the following evening) and ended up trying an "Appertivo". That means you have a drink, or a few, and can eat from a buffet as much ...
After another divine buffet breakfast (too many items to describe - but not your ordinary buffet - meaning pizza, prosciutto, spinach quiche, cakes…) and then on the bus again - but today not until 10:00! As much as we all love our adventures, a morning at a slow pace getting up and out was wonderful. And to make it even easier we started out with wine tasting!
Fabrizio, our ...
We woke up early and went into the town to spend the morning soaking in the charm of the city at il campo, we really loved it there. We then took a scenic drive from Siena to San Gimignano. Eli had found our BnB online so we had no idea what to expect as we drove along a DIRT TRACK... When we eventually got there, it was actually a cute little farmhouse with a rustic feel. We had to chose between two rooms and we went for the one outside which meant we ...
Although there was so much more to see in San Gimignano, we had promised ourselves that we would go to Siena an its only a short bus trip from here. We caught the local bus, which although express still stopped a few times before hitting the freeway. T had been to some lectures on Siena but couldn't remember where these things were that she wanted to see. The guide book seemed to indicate that the most likely places were the Duomo and the Palazzo Pubblico (Town Hall). ...
So I left my house in Belchertown, MA and drove to Quincy to my parents. My dad drove us all to the airport from there and I got to park my car in Quincy for the week. Everything was uneventful... and I am writing a year later... thus the lack of the story.
After our stop in Amsterdam we came into Florence over the ...