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- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Concierge desk
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If you're like me, when you dream of Italy, you see towns with narrow, winding cobblestone streets. After this weekend's trip to Siena in northern Tuscany, I realize Siena is that dream realized.
The weekend started with a train from Rome through farmlands and vineyards. *Sigh* I will always love this...home away from home! Traveling …
Ate breakfast at the Best Western Assisi hotel, , left around 1000 about 2 hours drive from Assisi ,,, found the hotel vis Yelp, , found hotel on main drag,, parking in back, , nice hotel, , walked in the town of. Siena , took pictures, bought some things,, snack and treats , back at hotel chiling. Font gusta restaurant was okay,,
Altnough we ended up a much lesser churh rather than the grander basilica we were looking for, what a jewel Siena turned out to be. A gorgeous Italian town full of quaint streets and really good restaurants along with the still fully functioning huge old walled town in the centre. But I am having way too much fun in Hamburg with Lisa to have time …
... Walking along side streets we noticed they were even too narrow for cars and not convenient enough for scooters so more than likely the only traffic they see is that of the foot variety. This makes it extremely quiet and oh so lovely. After purchasing a bottle of wine, my reward for a very long day, we met back at the bus and made the short trip home. I want to go back to both places but San Gimignano more so because they had some beautiful pottery I would love a piece of :) ...
Klenske, Ink. "The heat will break tomorrow." Everyone was sure. Yet it is tomorrow, again, and everyone seems to be terribly wrong. How do I know everyone is terribly wrong? I know because my underwear is still sticking to my ass. But I suppose I really cannot hope to garner any sympathy, as, hot or not, I am in Florence. Instead, I present to you my first travel guide: "Nick's Guide to Keeping Cool in Florence". 1. Gelati, and lot's of it. Yes, we all scream for ...