Relais Il Falconiere & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Friday and our last day here. We have to be out of the Villa by 10 AM tomorrow.
We are heading off to Venice with Alan and Nicky, Peter and Jenny are of to Verona and then up to the Dolomite area. Brett and Fiona are heading of to Dubai and then home.
This morning we went up to Cortona for the chocolate festival and then, for our final lunch, to the Pizza place we had been to last week . Good food, lots of it and at ...
... sided tomb above the main altar. St Margaret's story is the archetypical sinner-to-saint tale. After spending her early life as a mistress and a mother to an illegitimate son, she was transformed after arriving in Cortona. After a few false-starts with local dreamboats, Margaret formed her own congregation, opened a hospital, received ecstasy-charged messages from heaven, prophesised the date of her death and surrounded ...
We started off in the morning by going to the markets in Castiglione del Fiorente. We looked around all the stores and bought a few things. I bought a black and yellow digital watch, Shayna bought some black and white leggings, Dad bought a suitcase to put all our souvenirs and excess clothes and mum bought a top. ...
... br> The day was pretty chilled. I made fish for lunch today and Liia was very complimentary about it (I know that contradicts my opening whinge, but that was the only positive thing she said to me today). In the afternoon Livia and Metta went to the museum, leaving me to look after Millo and his friend. They didn't really need me to do anything so I got to just sit in the playroom with them and practice my kickass ...
... a medieval festival – part of the May Day festivities. Quite exciting and great through narrow streets.Climbed up to Rocca Maggiore, a fantastic 14th century runined castle. Great views and fascinating covered walkways etc. Gave you a real feel for what it would have been like during siege times.Stopped at Panicale on the way back to the apartment. Amazing church for such a small ...