Fattoria di Colleoli
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We had an eventful night. Garth decided to dive headlong down the stairs from the bedroom to the bathroom in the middle of the night, knocking over chairs and moving the big heavy dining room table clean across the room. I can't believe he didn't break any bones (or worse!) although he has some great bruises! The steps are very steep and quite narrow, and we have been worried about missing ...
... locally was packed in ice and stored in a spherical room. It was really fascinating. Google it for more info. We had hoped to stop at Modena on the way to Florence to visit the Ferrari museum but because the car was due back by midday we had to give it a miss. It is on the 'to do next time' list as well. We returned the car with no problems, and caught a cab to our hotel. It's much more basic than our last two nights, but ...
... think I moved from my bed all day long - besides getting Gusta pizza AGAIN this week! Sunday rolled around and we rearranged our living room into our own little movie theater where we sat and watched movies literally all day long. The only time we moved was to get our 4 euro gelato and to scare Stephanie half to death! Jenna took a pot and a spoon and hit them together right next to Stephanie's ear while she was sleeping, and no ...
Currently sitting on our terrace with a glass of red wine, blue cheese and olives overlooking the river and watching the sunset, ahhhh, Tuscany. Staying in Florence at the moment which is another beautiful city, packed with famous artwork. Saw the statue of David, the birth of Venus which were both so beautiful. We have seen some amazing art on our travels, but today ...
... shaped, piece of art.
After David, we decided to give the Florence leather market another shot. The leather market is one of the things that Florence is most famous for, and is home to some of the finest leather in the world. Its official name is the Mercato di San Lorenzo. The market was set up like a flea market; there were stands lined up and down the streets and little shops behind them. I got a few goodies for myself and for others. It was still ...