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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Multilingual staff
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We are now in Italy. The first day we went to San Gimignano, there's big walls around San Gimignano to keep it safe from other army's in the old days. The views are really pretty and green. It was really busy and there are 14 towers. The next day we went to ...
... out over the county side was great.
We walked across town to the Museo Archeologico, which originally was a girl’s school. The museum documents the early San Gimignano. It also has a 15th century pharmacy that has many vases and books of recipes for medicines. With all that ancient history we were really surprised to find another contemporary art gallery. The most interesting was another temporary exhibition. This was ...
... to find the Avis rental place and then we caught a taxi to our hotel.
When we got out of the taxi Peter headed off down the street into the square where the Duomo was. We walked around with our cases for a while trying to find the hotel. I think two weeks of travelling is catching up with Peter because he told me off for asking someone for directions to the hotel.
Anyway we eventually found it and got settled in. Peter had a ...
... was free to enter, and the inside was just as large as the outside made it seem. The center of the Duomo, where the pews and chairs were, was surrounded by columns and off limits to visitors. Outside the columns we were free to walk around and check it out. The part demarcated by the columns was about the same dimensions as an NBA basketball court! The cathedral had high, arched ceilings and there were pretty stained glass windows all around. Above the main door was a ...
... desperate need for some caffeine so we headed straight to the Piazza Duomo for a macchino and cornetto, we sent the girls to the steps of the Church of Collegiata to eat their cornetto while we enjoyed a sit down espresso experience which cost 2 euro for table service to enjoy a coffee instead of 1 euro to stand at the bar. There was 2 other Piazza leading off the main Square. After strolling around for a while we all agreed that San Gimginano was our ...