Hotel Villa Belvedere
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... me! Just kidding... No but seriously, we got in the Fiat then the Brittany song was on so "I PUT MY HANDS UP... THEY'RE PLAYING MY SONG!!! NODDING MY HEAD LIKE YEAH!" Ha... J/K Ok seriously, we were driving this thing like we stole it. We paid extra for insurance- no worries. Following signage in Florence is actually pretty easy but it takes two. One person to swerve and not hit people and one person to watch signage. As Blaine yells, left, I ...
... the edge you get a great view of typical Tuscan countryside all around. Right at the highest point is a garden where I play a memorable park bench session... Interesting heading back across town, it turns out that the tourists all stay on just one street. One block over, every thing is quiet except for the sound of the locals having their ...
... br> Lovely speech from cyclist Roger who presents the thanks and tip to Marc and Sonya who have indeed done a fine job. Sonya our cycling guide, inevitably cheerful and encouraging, calling 'up zee' or 'hoopla' as we set off for the next hill...Marc fantastically organised our bags into our rooms at each hotel, and gives us the briefing at the end of each day, not too mention fabulous ...
... head back towards where we are staying, stopping on the way for a beer, then at the leather markets, then for tea. The leather markets have so much to choose from! During dinner, the people seated next to us are from Melbourne and are on their way to Rome, so for the second time today we are tips. Tonight when we finally collapse into bed, we need ear plugs as we are staying at the intersection of two very busy roads! Can't sleep with the windows open here! ...
... view of the medieval Pennabilli village from there, perched high on a hill across the valley. Back into town for something to eat to find that they were having their local markets which apparently go for two days. Betsy found some shoes - Nike - that she just had to have - seemed like a good deal to. This was after her being in hysterics from me trying to graphically explain to the owner that she wanted to try a ...