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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... from this week's hikes around Vinci and here, in the hills, to the medieval village of Larciano. This is Leonardo's country. The place where he was born, where he studied the geology of the hills, where he formed his ideas.
Campeggio Villagio Le Ginestre - Marzo 29th a 31st.
We enjoyed our stay here for a number of reasons. For Signor e Signora, the chance to visit nearby Arezzo. But for me, it was the walks through woodlands, by ...
... and Lauryn, Stephanie, and myself headed to the carousal in the Piazza de' Republica. Stephanie has wanted to ride it since arriving in Florence, so we thought, what better time than on her birthday! After our ride, we trenched home in the freezing cold and laughed at Stephanie every step she took! Trust me, I have a lot of pictures and videos of this little birthday princess in the act! Let's just say, she is going to hate me in the morning!
... my friend's baked for Emily's birthday. By the way all our guy friends were invited to this dinner also because they can't cook anything and were dying for some real food. One of them plays guitar and sings so we listened to him play for a while after dinner. Then we decided to go out to the bar we went to last night. So I've met a lot of people from San Diego. One girl from there who lives in my friend's apartment actually cooked the dinner. And the guy who plays guitar is ...
... stops. Got here and it was beautiful weather, we have been quite lucky recently. Dumped the bags, put on some shorts and ventured out. Found ourselves at a market, which if you were after belts, bags or scarfs, not for 'Monkey prices' then this was your place to be! We looked and lingered a little too long, felt guilty walking away after they had gone to such effort to show me the bag was reversible and both long and short strap, and it turned into a clutch and ...
... little village built on the side of a hill, with beautiful views of the patchwork fields of Umbria. And yes, it is where St Francis of Assisi lived, we checked out his church and where his tomb was. The chapel around his tomb was just for praying to him though, and I wasnt too keen on that so we just saw it from the outside. Rome is definitely not quaint or charming, but the history is incredible - the first day we visited the colosseum, then the palatine hill ...