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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... on the corner. Just up the road were a few empty plastic chairs so business must have been happening somewhere in the vines. It was such a random thing to see in such an expensive area we both pondered who would be be purchasing these products, obviously they liked to enjoy their wine with a little dessert. We stopped for lunch in Greve in Chianti at an amazing little restaurant specialising in cured meats and self serve wine tastings. The restaurant is based beside ...
Among its sights, Radda has quite an interesting town hall, the Palazzo del Podestà, its facade decorated with the coats of arms of worthies of an earlier age. Radda also has a very photogenic fountain of remarkable splendour for such a small town.
On the main piazza, you'll find the Church of San Niccolò, a church of Romanesque origins that houses a venerated wooden Crucifix of the 15 C. Other sights include the "Ice House" of ...
... was somewhat "spartan" but will have to do.
After breakfast my first order of business was to make a decision on my Camera situation. I headed for the Camera store suggested by the guy at the restaurant, and found it without too much trouble. They had a few used DSLR’s for sale but they weren’t willing to sell them as “body only”, so I decided to look at P&S models. The Canon SX280 looked like a good possibility but I ...
Spent one night in Florence. We arrived and I missed the group city walk but took off into the it's anyway, it was so beautiful... We went to one of the street the was all markets, was hilarious being called over by Italian sleeze... Kinda like being harrassed in Thailand but but hot Italian men... Their line was 'nice price for nice girl!' hahahahaha Tried to head out to 'the space' which was where jersey shore went when they came to Florence but it was closed that night so a few of ...
... masterpiece carved from a single block of marble when the artist was only 26 years old.
We also climbed the Duomo (dome) of the Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore , completed in 1436, which is in fact 2 concentric domes. We skirted the inside of the interior dome getting very close to the dramatically painted ceiling by Giorgio Vasari full of pristine portraits of heaven and ghastly images of hell. Then we slipped between the domes where ...