Residence La Contessina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... lighters on their merchandise and he said the good ones will demonstrate for you. This was just the information I needed to get started.
My first purchase was going to be a gift for my boyfriend. I wanted something beautiful and leather. I was originally thinking a messenger bag and a scarf but then I was pulled into a stand by Mario. It was early still, around 10 AM. Everyone was just getting set up and there were not many ...
... thought the car was at fault. The mom couldn't even get the words out that her daughter had pushed her, she just pointed and said "she...she..." and I finally said "she pushed her!!" The people surrounding us were all frantic, not really sure of what had happened and the driver of the smart car looked terrified because he thought it was his fault. The mom got up and ran across the bridge and then took a right to run along the river and the daughter slowly followed ...
... descriptions. No photos were allowed except on the outside ground floor, where I managed to snap an antique cannon with the most beautiful lions on the top, and the head of a man on the cannon. By that time it was bucketing down again, so we headed back to the apartment to see whether we could find live coverage of the bike race, but to no avail. It's Italy's premier bike race, and the coverage was stopped ...
... a reservation for the following day, and wandered off in search of more immediate entertainment. We wandered about Florence for a bit, had our daily dose of Grom, then eventually ambled over to the Basilica di Santa Maria Novella, where we once again admired the collection of art that seems to adorn every other Italian cathedral. Particularly impressive were the stained glass windows, and one particular fresco (painting?) that took up ...
... with him, which was convenient as we did not have a map of Austria. He drives this road (from Germany to Italy) often because of work. He is a stonemason. They make monuments, build bathrooms and pools, but also crush bigger pieces of stone into smaller ones. He goes to see the blocks of stone, he buys, in person to evaluate their quality. Really facinating business. He is a quick driver despite the curvy roads and the rain. Sometimes ...