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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Travel Blogs from San Gimignano
... and had a gelato (the best in the world!) of chocolate and ferrora rocher, yum! And then down the main street again to a leather shop where I bought myself a beautiful leather handbag after a little searching. Neil bought himself a leather belt and a few of the men were buying man bags though all the women were buying handbags! Antonia had told us that this was the best and cheapest place to buy good handbags and she also had arranged a 10% discount for ...
Up early today. Another magnificent day weather wise. Cannot believe how lucky we have been with the weather so far - it rained a couple of times over night but the only time we actually got wet was the walk back from the car one evening. We dressed and finished most of the packing. Then we trudged along the path with the big luggage and loaded that into the car. We plodded back to the apartments ...
Up the "long and winding road" from Manarola and alone the coast gives fantastic views back across the Cinque Terre. Riomaggiore in the valley below. Unfortunately the coastal track from this village to Manarola has been blocked by landslides ... With not much happening to repair the damage. ...
... and walked the rest of the way in. A quick dash past the gypsies and the haggling scarf and Rolex salesmen and we were smack bang in front of the world famous piece of architecture that had gone terribly wrong. Without a lot of time to spare we took a few dodgy selfies, and seeing all the other tourists doing the pics trying to hold up the tower I forced Waz to join in the tourist action.
A quick but absolutely delicious ...
... I saw the arch knew I was in for a treat. I can't quite describe the feeling walking up Via San Giovanni into the Piazza della Cisterna. It's a combination of awe and excitement knowing that these walls have been up for about a thousand years. The old meets the new as shops are found just beyond the well-preserved medieval facade.
At the Piazza della Cisterna, we found two gelateria, one that features ...