Hotel Il Rifugio
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Quarrata
... the angry man picked up his bags and stalked off. The two other men never even looked in his direction. It was kinda funny but kind of sad as well. It's a cold and tough life on the streets. During all this, despite Alita committing to not buying any more clothes till the house is built, she bought a very nice red leather skirt and top, which did look very good on her. After that it was home for a rest (possible euphemism), packed our bags, home cooked dinner and bed, with the best nights sleep so ...
... back through the galleries, looking in the rooms we hadn't gone into. I was knackered and so very sore so I did the only thing I could do and googled cheap massage. I came across a place near the pitti palace that was cheap and not seedy. So I had my first Thai massage and dear lord it was good. She cracked my back in about 5 places and I left feeling so much better! Will definitely have to find a good place when I get back to Wellington for that. I ...
... Fiesole such a beautiful ride and view. Well worth the trip.
Slept all the way to Lucca and then went dinner at our favourite restaurant, Barilla.
Had pumpkin ravioli with ricotta and pumpkin filling with percornia cheese sooooo yummy.t They didn't have a half bottle of the wine we wanted so had to get a large one but even the large didn't last long!
... on the ground floors so that the residents could hide in them and be easily protected. The guide also pointed out some of the only "modern" art which a French artist got permission to do on some of the street signs in the city (you bet I have pictures!) With the tour over I had some dinner and then relaxed at my hostel for the evening ready to head to Pisa the next morning as well as a tour through Chianti for some wine tasting in the afternoon.
... of bruschetta mista and this was by far my favorite place for it. I was pretty adventurous and tried all the weird kinds too. There was one that was a brown pate looking colour and I found out it was chicken liver. Our tour guide said it was a traditional kind in Tuscany, so, of course that meant I had to try it. It was pretty good and savory and Brittany was shocked I actually liked it. The other adventurous kind I liked was the kind with shaved fat on top. ...