Villa La Massa owned by Villa d'Este Hotels
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- Minbar in room
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- Drycleaning onsite
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... easier, john and I mistranslated a dish from the menu though and instead of creamy pasta he got creamy soup which didn't go down so well. For tea we had a wine tasting at a local family run winery. Still feeling under the Weather I didn't actually try any wine but john wasn't going to say no. Discovered he still doesn't like wine. The Tuscan hills look exactly like you picture them but the roads are far from straight so not a fun bus ...
Sunday, 29th September Goodbye Rome :-( We once again rose early to make the trip into Florence. I'd been excited about Florence since beginning to arrange this trip a year ago, but the angry clouds above us had us unsure whether we'd get the weather gods on our side. As luck would have it, we met up with our next local guide Luca and the heavens opened above. Our first stop thankfully was indoors as we made our way into The Academy of ...
... adventurous driving experience of my life so far. I have driven in snow, ice, desert, scenic ocean view highways, and even remote roads in Montana. But the drive in the Cinque Terre region of the Italian Riviera was absolutely thrilling! With the scenic beauty of the Ligurian Sea which hugs the Italian Riviera to one side and the rugged, narrow and steep roadway I was driving on with sharp ...
... of David is housed. There were also many other sculptures by Michael Angelo on display, some unfinished. The staue of David is huge. It is so big in fact that they had to remove the front wall of the museum building as well as remodel the roof over the statue to accommodate its height. It is under close observation as the weight puts intense stress on the ankles and feet so they are monitoring this area carefully. There are also small signs ...
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 ...