Hotel Villa Liberty
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... up to say hello (to the twin) we were met by confusion (by all of us) and us speaking English and him telling us (in Italian) that he didn't speak English. Thankfully, his bilingual assistant (later learned she was the daughter/niece) explained to us that "this is the brother of Andrea, a twin!" We all had a laugh and it was nice to keep running into the same shopkeepers near the hotel who were friendly and never pushed us to buy anything at all. Just nice, genuine people.
... was really nippy, the sun was just peering in the east, trying to push the fog away and warm the air. It promised to be a clear day in Panicale and I thought they deserved a beautiful day after several days of rain and even a severe electrical storm two nights previous. The village was stirring.
High school children were already gathering just outside the wall waiting for their bus for the hour drive to Perugia. Business ...
... Modern is just 10 renovated modern rooms inside an old building. Very nice, cleanest, biggest & most modern arty room we have stayed in. Everything is white, which later in the night is not a good thing! We only have 20 minutes until the busabout walking tour. I get changed & we walk back to the hostel. An Italian guy in his sixties takes us for a walk around Florence for about an hour pointing out the main attractions & explaining ...
... passes and hopped on a bus. We got off on the other side of the river at an overlook of the entire city. It's was honestly breathtaking. We then walked back into the city. After shopping around we stopped for dinner. Luckily, we finished dinner just in time to watch the sun go down. After that we got gelato and made our way back to the B&B. Tomorrow is the museum ...
... crypts are all in the church.....see pics below if you wish to. Then we marched up Mick's park and frigging steep hill to view the old town from across the river. Amazing...some classic photos of the old city and churches for sure. The food is wonderful as well. Pizza is not pizza back home. Just different I guess but very enjoyable. The people are all very friendly and happy to see us....but we both admit globalization is working as there are many common ...