Hotel Residence SanSano
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- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Babysitting service
- Swimming pool
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... morning, up and off to Monteriggione, a medieval walled village, well worth a visit.
Back via RADDA for lunch and some panorama photos.
A quiet afternoon, and dinner at the hotel.
Kate had a rough night, so we had a slow start next day.
Wandered around GAIOLE village, then to GREVE for a visit to the market, and lunch in RADDA on the way back.
Snoozes in the afternoon and takeway pizza on the patio for dinner.
... showed us the best spots for photos and told us how, after the third level they stopped building the bell tower due to its lean. Eventually building continued and they tried to rectify things by building the columns higher on the leaning side. It helped a little so they kept building. John politely declined the walk to the top of the tower (must be those horrible flashbacks to Riomaggiore that he has been having). Apparently there ...
... and light showers. The big church in Florence is really nice from the outside! but not so nice or impressive inside. We walked the streets and followed the tourist map to look at all the old buildings, churches, etc. there was a lovely old bridge with jewellery shops on each side of the bridge. The buildings and town are lovely, but a bit dirty and not ...
... br> This last year, I read an article about one of the best wine bars in the world across from The Pitti Palace. I was on a quest to find it and I believe I did. It was beautiful in there. I was hot from walking the gardens. Instead of sitting on the patio, I chose to walk inside where it was cool and refreshing. There was some blues playing on the stereo and it was so nice and relaxing inside. I asked the bartender to give me whatever ...
... tell the difference. A lot of these stalls, actually, are just fronts for shops lining the streets themselves: stop and eyeball a pair of gloves and you'll find yourself being shown to a shop a few steps away. Be prepared for a very un-American tradition: haggling. Not my forte. That aside, it's a neat atmosphere, and one I think everyone should check out, even with the ever-present possibility of pickpocketing. I mean what's life without a little risk, right? ...