Villa La Massa owned by Villa d'Este Hotels
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- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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... all the tourist stops. Our favorites were: the bridge with a bunch of haphazardly placed apartments on top of it. The street view reminded us of the old lady who lived in a shoe, where everything sticks out differently. The duomo, which is so big it's kind of ridiculous. It takes forever to walk all around it and we kept wondering what in the world they do with all that space inside? And we love all the narrow streets that ...
... it's Chianti, with varying degrees of refinement. Italy has a regulation system somewhat similar to France's, so to be called Chianti the wine has to be 85% or more from the Sangiovese grape, and in order to use a regional classification it has to be totally produced within that region, from grape growing to bottling. We will be starting with the best: Chianti Classico from one of the central subregions. After a shortish drive through terrifyingly narrow village backstreets ...
... articles were hanging in the first room and as we walked back there was a lounge, bar, and restaurant. Massimo, the guy that brought us back, showed us the training rooms for the gold medalist rowers. When he was showing us there were a bunch of the athletes actually training. Then he took us to the dock on the river and introduced us to Leonardo, one of the best rowers in Italy. He then invited us to sit along the river for over an hour and we just chatted ...
... awe inspiring in some ways, it has been barracks, a prison, and now a museum. The courtyard in the center is where prisoners were executed during early Renaissance times up until a Grand Duke of Tuscany abolished the practice. Again, it was a moment of just breathing in the history, knowing that where I stood, people have been passing through for hundreds of years before me. It was also, as every Palazzo I have entered, beautifully decorated and intricate, ...
After bumping into a girl we had met at our hostel in Lyon, we realized how lucky we were to be travelling as a couple. She told us all about her sketchy experience with hostels in Venice and Verona, where she was convinced she was going to be trafficked. We were both a little lost when we ran into each other in front of the Florence train station, and she asked us which hostel we were staying at. We told her we were staying at a hotel, and we wished each other good luck ...