Palazzo alle Mura
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
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... have elevators.
We first climbed the bell tower. It was steep and narrow but bearable, only 414 steps. The view was really nice, but there was a lot of graffiti on the walls. The Dome was a bit harder…463 steep steps that were very narrow and low, and the traffic of people was hard to manoeuvre. The experience reminded me of caving! By the time I got to the top, I was hot enough to strip down to a t-shirt. The view was spectacular, Joanna and I were ...
... for the first time, can't really leave window open except after dark. Understand it is much worse in the summer heat.
Saturday, Oct 19
With our advanced tickets we had to wait only about ten minutes to enter the Academic Museum where Michelangelo's David is displayed in a dome created just to show case this masterpiece. Equally impressive was Michelangelo's Prisoners, unfinished sculptures that looked like figures trying ...
... 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, ...
... and coffee granita also goes down well. Go figure. What is even more disturbing besides his love of coffee, is that when allowed a small taste of our cocktails/beer/wine, he licks his lips and goes yum. I think CYFS will be on to us when we return! Meanwhile Izzy, who has tried lots of new food and enjoyed it, continues to turn her nose up as any thing coffee or even the mention of alcohol.
Our apartment has been great being so close to everything ...
... 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 ...