Il Borgo di Villa Bossi-Pucci
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
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... I think the nun is holding a concealed stiletto blade on that rosary. On the station concourse I saw a nun and a novice with shopping bags from Florence high street I was hoping they'd be 'intimissimo' ones ;-) Ha ha ha this train has camera feeds to the screens. Awesome. I don't know quite where we are the train is going quite fast underground, under the mountains I ...
... cheeses, and produce, but it didn't look all that appetizing to me.
I tried to find the Cenacolo di Sant’Apollonia (a Benedictine monastery included in my pass) but I ran out of time. I needed to be at the Shops and the City when it opened at 3 PM so that I would have plenty of time to see it (whatever it was!) and walk back to the apartment and call mom at our designated 5 PM time.
The Fortezza da Basso is a Renaissance ...
... as long as he did not eat him instead. So the Wolfie-Gizmo team was born that day!
The two became best buds, with Gizmo patiently teaching Wolfie how to use the doggie door, them licking each other off or chasing each other around the house. Sadly Wolfie had to be rehomed several years ago to a great home with David, my former housemate's boyfriend and we think the neighbor's son drove him 50 miles away and left him to die. Wolfie made it back to his ...
... both from the towns main tower, and its fortifications.
Pisa: Seeing and climbing the leaning tower is one of those experiences that gives you chills. Just brilliant. Climbing the stair while tipsy was interesting.
A fantastic tour.
That night I ended up out to dinner with two of my room mates, one Japanese, and the other a student currently at Bond University, Emma. We ended up at a restaurant called Trattoria Casalinga at ...
... plenty of breaks for coffee or gelato. Our next stop was the very old San Lorenzo Church, looking more like a large medieval building made from tiny handmade clay bricks, wooden doors and trusses. It was quite substantial in size and notably very old. And in true Italian style, another amazing wonder was around the next corner – the lavishly decorated San Giovanni Baptistry and the Santa Maria del Fiore (Duomo) Cathedral. The photos help ...