Hotel Villa S. Michele
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... On the way up we stopped for the best Gelato we've had so far in Italy. I didn't take many photos, only at the top of the hill, but we plan to go back and visit most places again. After the cycle tour we headed home for a shower and spent a bit of time hanging in the apartment before preparing dinner. After dinner we went out for some supplies. It was a beautiful ...
... wines in the world, most of them disappeared (the wines, not the soldiers.) However, before the soldiers arrived, the then-owners physically walled up the door to one of the cellars, so it looked like nothing was in there. Then after the soldiers were cleared out and the family could return, they were able to bust down that part of the wall and get to their safely untouched wine that only they knew about. CRAZY, right?!
When we emerged again, blinking, into ...
... obviously quite newly built. We had time for a coffee, final farewells and boarded the VFT direct to Florence. What a wonderful experience it is to travel on these trains in Italy. The seating is comfortable and the give such a smooth ride. The top speed was about 300 kph, but it did not feel like we were going that fast and the scenery did not whip past. It was great to be able to see some of the countryside - green fields, crops and small villages on the hills. Florence - ...
... we were booked. Quite interesting as on the street there were all these people trying to sell you things but apparently in Florence they are not welcome. As we stood there all of a sudden there was some action, the hawkers were off like a flash, their wares disappeared very quickly and they ran, the police were on their way, coming up the street (rather fast considering how many people there were around) giving chase. All ...
... in an apartment. They lucked out with their apartment because their front yard is literally the Duomo. We definitely weren’t in Hatfield anymore.
It was really nice staying with people who actually lived in Florence because we didn’t feel like tourists anymore. Right when we got there, Ryan’s friends took us to an "illegal bakery" which is exactly how it sounds. Apparently there’s a law in Italy where you can’t sell baked ...