- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... is at the mercy of the trains. Unless you hike from village to village, the trains are the only way to access them and the system ... oh, who am I kidding? There IS no system! That's the problem. I could put it down to just visiting on a bad day, but by all accounts it's always that way. There's no reason a Tuesday in mid-September is any different to any other day. That's just the way it is. And it most certainly is not worth it. To pay 90€ per person for ...
... sauce, and the soup was incredible. It capped off a wonderful day where everyone got a present.
I'm sorry? What's that? What was Jack's gift? Oh, did I forget to mention that Jack's dad promised him a turtle when we get home? Yup. A turtle. I haven't heard anything else since. He has been researching what type of turtle he should get, what a turtle needs, and what a turtle eats. Seriously. We have some friends taking ...
... He went and knocked at a house next door and by chance one of the people who run it lived there. He had no idea! So we got a key and didn't have to sleep in the car. Probably the worst travel experience I have had. We will go back in the morning and hope my backpack is still where we left it. Day 12 is starting to take a toll on both of us. Venice was tiring. Will spend tomorrow driving around hill towns in Tuscany before ending our trip with 3 days in ...
... boars head hanging outside the doors of the restaurants serving this delicacy. The sandwich (panino) was delicious, we topped this off with some gelato to make the experience that much more Italian. No historic old town in Italy would be complete without a tower climb. I visited an old tower (the highest spot in the walled old city) and viewed the landscapes of Umbria from atop the tower. Quite a site, We arrived at our ...
... case. Weird ! Then we headed off to the Oratorio of San Bernadino in Piazza San Francesco. The lower oratory was painted by Brescianino and other 17th Century painters, and the upper oratory ceiling by Ventura Turapili. Some of the other paintings were done by Sodoma. There are endless madonnas and bambinos adorning the walls, some with receding hairlines, others with long hair, others with a four day growth, and some ...