Hotel Villa Belvedere
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... We couldn't get the pump to fit the spigots on Cyndys tires . . Other than that - it was a piece of cake! :-). Wondering how we will manage the gravelly dirt road that we will have to negotiate to get in and out of our agritourismo - La Lucciolaia. Close to two miles of steep up and down gravel! Yikes!
So - we gathered out in the patio for a much welcome glass of wine with another couple ...
... more interaction with the locals, we decided to heave our luggage over centuries worn cobblestones. Found our hotel one block from the Duomo- things are turning our way! Set out to enjoy our first glass of wine and bruschetta, see Ponte Vecchio, Uffizi gallery, outdoor vendors and goldsmiths. Topped off the evening with a true Italian dinner and ...
... a bit apprehensive about that with the language issue. I’ve had hair cuts in Italy before with no problems, so it should be fine. Ignazio (the hotel owner) provided directions to a nearby Barber on Via Faenza, and I found it with no difficulty. There was one guy in line ahead of me, and I watched the method used for his haircut. The Barber seemed to be very competent, and he was very fast with the scissors and razor and didn’t use electric clippers ...
The train ride is easy and under an hour away. We walk out of the large Florence train station and into a bustling and very busy city full of people, cars and tourist buses. We jump on the city tourist bus and relax while being driven around and listen to the historic commentary of the city.
After lunch (more pasta) we join the thousands of other tourists and walk around the city centre and all its shopping and monuments and churches, huge churches!