Palazzo alle Mura
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Refrigerator in room
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Non-smoking rooms
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... to anyone traveling this way. Anyways, after breakfast we hurried to SM Novella Termini to grab a regional train to Pisa at 9:30. It's such a great experience to take public transportation when on your travels abroad but boy is it chaotic. What makes things worse if we miss our train we are out of luck and need to buy new tickets. To make things worse the kids didn't exactly have a sense of urgency this morning either. Anyways, after a long guess and check process we ...
... bright colors, so many different options. Pinocchio showed up in many different sizes and depictions—I totally forgot that he was an Italian story character! We drove on to Poggibonsi to our hotel for the next 4 nights. It’s centrally located between San Gimignano, Siena, Florence, and Pisa, and we’ll be taking day trips to each one. There’s nothing much near the hotel except other hotels and, ...
... we're clearly hard core back packers now so we can handle anything! This morning consisted of queuing to see David - that's it. It didn't seem to matter if you had advance tickets or not from what we can tell. The queue appeared to be pretty much the same. But we're in Florence so what do we care. Again we're going with it. Sam bless him was finding it hard to see the point but knew I wanted to see it so stuck it out. We amused ...
... it did smell a bit as it was just like the thermal hot pools in New Zealand, with the mud etc. we found that all our swimmers smelt for days afterwards of the clay, but it was worth it.
we finally arrived at our accommodation in Tuscany. it was a beautiful bed and breakfast and we were on the first floor overlooking the valley. it had a small kitchenette downstairs and was furnished exactly like we imagined a villa in Tuscany ...
... recall them all now, but we did visit the Piazza San Spirito, Piazza Pitti, Ponte Vecchio, Church of the Annunziata, and a few markets!
Had delicious gelato (mine was a dark chocolate/chili flavor that made my eyes water, but it was cold, creamy, rich and tasty to the last bite), walked more and window shopped, then back home for a homemade meal tonight....everyone is tired :)
Tomorrow more italian flavor!