- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... to Busatti, the Italian fabric company. They make beautiful cotton and wool fabrics and sell table cloths, runners, placemats, napkins, etc. They are expensive, but after walking through the factory located in the basement, I understand why. (See the picture). It's complicated!
We then moved on to another shop looking for espresso cups. ...
... Yum! After the tour we are ushered to the usual shop where once again our shoppers go crazy. I love chocolate T shirts somehow become the next "must have" item. Wow. Dianne gets two free gifts for being a "nice lady".
Happy and satisfied with chocolate, we leave and drive home to our farm. We have enjoyed a really good day. Josh only manages to eat one third of his meringue before admitting defeat - but there is always tomorrow.
We had planned to travel to Siena via the autostrada, but Chantal in all her wisdom decided it would be more interesting for us to travel on country roads. The most direct route obviously, even though I had told her I wanted to use tolls. Anyhow, one and a half hours later and having driven 47 kilometres on windy roads, we arrived. In Siena on a market day, it is near impossible to find a car park. Many of the car parks were full and other P signs indicates residents only had parking ...
... we ate awesome Italian food and watched the locals take their nightly walk. We then had more gelato and when back to our apartment. This morning Kristin and I had a pasty and coffee across the street before the kids got up. We met Rick and other UGA graduates for a mini tour of the UGA Cortona campus. It is now first class with wonderful facilities (restored old folks home). When Kristin was here the kids had to ...
Leaving Rome, Florence was a refreshing change, filled with lots of quaint streets, character, but a whole lot of American high school students practising their Italian. Must be spring break, and they are all here! A beautiful little town, great food and leather markets, the Ufizzi gallery, and a whole lot of ...