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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Continental Breakfast
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... so cool !!!
From our rooftop viewing on our tower, we spied a very impressive hilltop fortress village that seemed very close .It was another very intact , very old medieval village called Anghiare. Five minutes drive , so we checked it out . Each village seems to get more gorgeous than the last , if that is possible. Full of towers , minature piazzas ( no, not pizzas !! ), geraniums and a very large collection of suits of armour. Wow !!!
... in Italy seems to be all super windy roads with extremely fast driving. Oh and lots of tunnels. It's my least favourite part by far. And if you take any length of time putting your change into the tolls you will definitely be honked at. We went to Milan to visit our friend Lorenzo and meet his family. We had such a nice time there. They were incredible hosts and so welcoming. It was kind of like being at home for awhile which was nice because I ...
... People rushed for cover and umbrellas popped out from nowhere. We stayed eating covered by our umbrellas for a while, but eventually succumbed to the limited cover as well. Young Africans quickly came along touting umbrellas. The storm passed and we started our walk back to the station and the car park. We had arranged to meet M and L back at Maccas and would you believe, toilet queue was longer than in the morning! We paid for parking and being such ...
... and cheap. One of the locals saw us struggling, so offered to help with the menu. Slasher had also ordered a cold tuna rice salad which we ended up sharing, because none of us really needed anymore food!
Programmed Chantal to Castelfranco di Sopra where our Tuscany agriturismo was located. This took us onto the FI-PI-LI. This highway connects Firenze, Pisa and Livorno- hence the name. Chantal did her usual good job and took us to Via Lama but as we ...
... of a public toilet!). I was quite happy when I also managed to find at the markets a very soft blue leather handbag, one that is small enough to squeeze into my backpack for the rest of our travels. Mmm, I love the smell of leather at the markets. We finally said ciao to Florence and hopped back on the train to Camucia - a small village tucked away in the Tuscan countryside. After about an hour and a half, we arrived at a very quiet Camucia train station at about 3.30pm. We ...