Travel Blogs from San Baronto
After our week long sojourn in Rome, seeing the sights and running the gauntlet of thousands of tourists, it was time to bid goodbye to Flavia Rooftop and Niccolo, and head to the Termini for our train trip to Florence. We'd booked seats on the fast train which runs between Rome and Milan, but as the adage goes, you can only go as fast as the slowest train in front of you, and the train in front of us was running 45 minutes late. Once on board, we had ...
... helped me to enjoy each and every part of the meal on it’s own. When everything is piled on one plate together, you are unable to take pleasure in each individual piece of food. Often times, the food gets mixed together and you end up eating parts of the meal that should not be eaten together. When all parts of the meal are placed on one, single plate, many times you end up eating more than you really need and continue to eat after ...
... assurance of a phone - my SIM not being enabled for roaming so now serving only as timepiece in place of my recently broken watch. My train was mercifully on time and ran to schedule. Not wanting to leave anything to chance or poor navigation, I hopped in a taxi which plunged straight into the heart of Florence, passed centuries old buildings and over cobbled streets that never imagined anything more advanced than a horse and cart passing over them when they were laid. It ...
... Gallery. It was a couple hours until closing time, so there wasn't too long of a line up and we were in right away. We roamed from room to room admiring the artwork. We especially liked a double sided painting of a little person. The painter responsible for this piece was involved in an argument with a sculpture about how painting is better because not only can you have images in 3D and showing multiple sides to it, you can also show ...
... Vatican. Yet, it is all in a days work for us travel seasoned explorers and we look foward to our adventures out here in the Tuscan countryside (we have hired a local to be our guide so more on our adventures with Roberto in the next post).
I would also like to note that we have limited access to upload sites so I am going to upload as many pics as possible but they will not be in the right city. Look to the captions for clarification.
Ciao for now
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed