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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Smoking rooms available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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... were having trouble fitting on the bus. We made it to San Gimignano in good time to check in and get ready for a perfect dinner. The setting was picturesque, service was perfect, and the tagliolini with wild boar sauce was al dente. After that, more gelato, then walked around town taking pictures of the 14 remaining towers of the ...
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 ...
... We left the inner city of Florence and went to our hotel to get ready for our group picture, dinner and electronic space disco (a night club). We took our group photo at a look out over Florence it was such a good view. You could see the whole of Venice. After our photo we headed to dinner which was 25 minutes out of town. It was a this old vineyard. It was a lovely spot to have dinner. We were the only ones there. There was a lady singing for our group. She was ...
... first to the former. Whilst it was impressive overall, the standout for me were the inlaid marble floors. Also the frescoes in the Piccolomini Library looked as though they had just been painted. Unlike other Florentine Cathedrals, the Baptistry here is underneath and has a very nice font with panels by Donatello and Ghiberti. The Museo dell'Opera del Duomo has Duccio's Maesta, depicting the Madonna and Child. This was the painting that T wanted to see. After lunch we ...
... claustrophobic anyway. For dinner we both had a Tuscan specialty. I had the "boiled twice" breaded vegetable soup - yummmy, and Ross had the pasta with truffles. After dinner we strapped on our iPods and did another of the "Rick Steve's " walks, from the Duomo to the Arno river and Ponto Vecchio. Awoke to rain today, so very glad we got the views from the Duomo in yesterday. Off to the Accademia and visit with David, and then maybe a bus ride around the ...