Il Molino del Ponte
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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But where is Dorothy? For fear of being numbered one of Dorothy's friends I better eat up. So I did. Well all that leather has to come from somewhere. Nose to tail and all that. Potato ravioli was exactly as it sounded! Many florentine dishes are those of the poor. A meat ragu added if you could afford. Stale bread soup etc. Chef was by turns hacking at a huge side of beef with a cleaver and poking the wood fired oven. He was a man clearly happy in his ...
... life in this plaza which does not see as many tourists. That night, we enjoyed the company of other guests and the delicious appetizers provided by the hotel for its "Happy Bar" that we did not need anything else for dinner. So, instead, we walked the city by night, buying gelato in the Piazza dei San Trinita and eating it as we walked across the Ponte Vecchio, something we've done every time we've been in a ...
... we realized one very major problem...the address had no number. Walking up and down the street we could not find a building labeled with the info we were in search of. Completely stumped we took refuge in an Internet cafe, we used our resources but were unable to locate a pay phone to call the property manager. When we went on the HostelWorld profile we began to read some very unfortunate information. It said that the key pick up was at a different location across the ...
... cleared enough for the sunset to paint colors all over the grey fluffy clouds. The resident cat is also shmoozing the tourists. Ah, and what a finale. The unbelievable colors and shapes made the clouds out to be islands and lifted the horizon up into the sky. Cinqu Terre is beautiful. Similar to to the Amalfi. there's meant to be a train strike tomorrow so I'll take one of the hiking paths. Which is ...
... to the departure point for the tour, outside the city surrounds, an hour and half later, just in time to join our Vespa tour group. Phew!
In a matter of minutes we were helmeted up, camera attached to the front of Steve’s Vespa, and a quick practice run down the driveway and back. The rest is history.
Wow !!!!!! We had so much fun today. Our group of nine followed Tom and Jacopo (our two guides) as we made ...