Pian Dei Mucini Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and pink facade immaculate, the cathedral can be seen for miles around. We also viewed the austere but spacious Church of San Domenico against a brilliant blue sky from a quaint little bridge. While wandering the streets we met several generations of a family from Denver with strong ties to Regis! Of course, we were obliged to enjoy our daily gelato. We are staying in a cute little Bed and Breakfast that Donna secured for ...
... party" hostels. Hard to tell the difference at the time of booking.
-Have met lots of different travelers of different ages looking for different things. Some people were laid off from jobs, have time and money to travel. Others work regular jobs in europe or elsewhere, doing hurried two week jaunt through europe. Others quit jobs and are travelling around for months, looking to find themselves ...
... clearly aimed at the locals. The place had a great vibe and a plethora of eating/drinking places.The wine was very cheap and in abundance. The town filled up as the day went on.
As a student of history, having taken several papers on medieval Europe, I was really in my element.
On a whim we decided to check out a rather different local museum, which again made us thankful for the time and place we live in. ...
... sounded like a organ but also like a full set of strings. I listened to them play classical pieces for about half an hour before giving in and buying an album, because they were buskers i wasn't sure if i would get another opportunity to hear them. It was also amazing to watch the amount of skill needed to play the accordion well, both hands were doing complex movements independently of each other and they had to move there arms as well to keep air flowing to make ...
... to get our bearings and figure out which was the "old" and which was the "new". Once we got our bearings we realized that we were just a few blocks from where we wanted to be - the main square of the "old" town, Piazza Garibaldi. We stopped at a charming little sidewalk cafe for a lunch of insalata di mar and ravioli di pescia. Yum!
We wrapped up the second day of our Tuscan tour along the Tyrrhenian Sea, on the coastal road that leads ...