Hotel Ristorante Pineta
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... the hill, and went to a cathedral. The cathedral was a bit smaller then the Christchurch cathedral (I think), and had heaps of paintings on the walls. There was a sculpture/statue thing, of Jesus on his cross at the front. We walked through he cathedral, and into the Ducal Palace. We had a look through there (more paintings, and some really amazing veneer, then went and found some late lunch. We ate lunch ...
We had a leisurely start to the day and left Florence around 10.30 am with GPS set for Perugia . One small problem, the roads were blocked off for the World Road cycling time trials . So we went around in circles for about 1 hour then parked Nd rethought our plan to get out. We ...
... to our room and, got dry, then hung around with Lily and Ellie, then we went on a walk. We walked down The White Road, to an 'abandoned village'. When we got there, we figured out that someone actually lived there (we think!) so we started to walk back up the road, in 25-30 degree heat. Mum decided to take a 'short cut' up a grassy hill, (with bees and wasps everywhere!) ...
... then 'got settled' into the bottom floor of an amazing old stone villa. Okay, let me try describe the villa to you: it's a stone farmhouse with big thick stone walls. Big wooden beams, looking like they're the trunks of trees cross the ceiling. Crickets chirp all evening, until you turn out the lights, lizards scamper across flagstone courtyard's and paths. 4 dogs come up to your table and make puppy eyes at you while you're ...
... and start thinking about the next purpose already. The satisfaction is small, no matter how big of an item I just accomplished, because the rebound rate is overwhelming. I finish my 50 page art history reading but I immediately think of the next 4 homework assignments I have. It's mentally exhausting and leaves little room for enjoyment. This future-orientated attitude is something I've nurtured my entire life with my to-do list mentality. When I find myself living a ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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