Palazzo Grande - Residenza d'Epoca
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Yesterday, January First was a great day with a free morning to catch up on sleep after our New Year's Eve fireworks outing. In the afternoon we toured two special places dedicated to St Anthony of Padua. The first is a church built on the place where died. Pictures will be included. The second is the Basilica of St Anthony. No inside pictures allowed, but there are some of the outside. We had Mass in a beautiful ...
... way back to our apartment but not before having the chance to witness a truly splendid sunset as we crossed the Ponte Vecchio. There were dozens of other people crowded around to capture the beautiful pinks, reds and oranges that lit up the sky and we were again reminded how much worse these crowds would be in say August or September at the peak of the busy season. We then made our way back to our apartment to freshen up and relax a bit before heading just around the corner to ...
... over the mountains. It's all about the view!
Unfortunately it shares the same road conditions as the rest of this region, very narrow and very winding so Phillip could take advantage of the views. My attention however fixed to the matter at hand...getting us both to our destination.
Due to lack of space, I wasn't able to find a parking space in the centre or indeed anywhere near the centre. It was pedestrian only access to the ...
... thing, but actually shared them with me and enjoyed them (as those of you on FB already know.) So when we were planning our trip and knew we'd be spending some time touring Tuscany, I suggested we drive to Volterra and Montepulciano, as they were right in the heart of Tuscany. He agreed. Why those two cities? Well, in the novels, the Volturi, the evil clan of vampires who rule the undead world, live deep beneath the earth in the Tuscan town ...
... in Rome with 10 minutes to catch our next train. Luckily the customer care centre was adjacent to the track we had to walk along ( track 1) and we were able to get our track number for our departure. It was a very very fast walk to track 27. Once again I am reminded that I brought too much stuff! We would not have found the track on our own as it lists the final destination city which was Torino. When we ...