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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... maybe 5 tables where you can have an almighty lunch (asking for a table in Italian helps). The mixed 'gigantic' platter is sure to hit the spot, and includes a multitude of Pienzan cheese, local prosciutto and salumi, along with a selection of accompanying jams and honeys. Even washed down with a couple of glasses of Brunello, you'll be hard pressed to pay more than €50 for 6 people! I am certain that if Clarkson was offered this in Yorkshire, he'd still have a job! Truly a lunch ...
... the signs make sense instead of guessing and back tracking was learned. This trick may have come into play a few too many times along the way. For a place so frequenly drove you think they would improve their signage. The amount of signs on a 45 degree angle and or with curved arrows meaning god knows what was hilarious. Let's just say a few F bombs were dropped and a ton of giggles were shared after making our way through tolls and side cities along the way to ...
... directed to the Grand Hotel Baglioni for a small orientation by API and then escorted to the top of the Hotel for a rooftop garden dinner! We had an exquisite three course meal while having a beautiful view of Florence and the duomo! words cannot describe how beautiful and breathtaking it was!
after we finished eating delicious real italian food, we went back to the hotel to hopefully get some rest!
... added an extra hour onto our journey to San Gimignano but arriving in this medieval hilltop town, it enchanted us and we quickly forgot our silly mistake. We strolled around town and watched the passing tourists as we scoffed homemade focaccias on the steps of the piazza. Indulging in some retail therapy (a leather bag for me) and of course a gelati, we took in the views over the hills ...
... inlaid wooden tables, huge crystal chandeliers and, added by the palace’s noble residents, wooden carvings of the Medici crest adorned bed-heads, doorways and the like. On leaving the gallery after dark I headed back towards my hostel, past some of the aforementioned sights in their lit-up splendour. Dinner, and the next day’s lunch, was a loaf of bread off which I tore chunks to have with salami and chunks of Pecorino - authentic Italiano.