- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Our encounters with St Rita were unexpected and uplifting. We encountered her one other time. Walking around Florence a few days after the experience in this poem - I was tired and a bit overwhelmed by the sheer size and intensity of Florence after 5 lovely and slow days in Siena. We decided to yet again duck into a small church we stumbled upon and just sit for a bit - and there she was again - St Rita and my Mom too:-)
... was inspiration for our cornetto ice cream) and a arancino which is rice and tasty beef and cheese filling in a breadcrumb crust...sound off but really nice and not oily. And a glass of Savignon blanco which was ok - not sweet. Best airport food. Plane passengers well trained- all on board 15 mins before departure. Really cramped seating but only 1.15 flight. Train to Roma Termini 14€ each 30 mins, ...
Dearest Friends and Fam-- NORM here. Well, as many of you know, even though I have a hotsy-totsy Masters degree in English, blah, blah, I am also a HUGE "Twihard" ("Twilight" fan.) Some literary types get all stick-up-their-butt about popular, YA (Young Adult) fantasy novels, but I love them, for one simple reason: they're FUN. Just a word in my defense: "Twilight" is a four-novel series that features two main characters who fall in ...
... to see them. There is a shell-shaped Piazza del Campo, the town square, which houses the Palazzo Pubblico and the Torre del Mangia, another architectural treasure, and is famous for hosting the Palio horse race. The Palazzo Pubblico, itself a great work of architecture and houses another important art museum. The piazza is so lively with restaurants lining the rim, so we had a lovely lunch, with local Chianti wine, while ...
... ticket machines use "chip and sign" cards just fine. Interestingly, so far we have not noticed any ATM fees. We get out €200 and nothing is said on the screen about extra charges and the receipt simply says €200. I'm guessing this means the ATM here does not charge fees, so if you're planning a trip, try to find a bank that won't charge you any fees! The prices here are not horrible, for the most part. Right now, it's the exchange rate that ...