Relais Della Rovere
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- TV Channel One Russia
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Italian motorbike racers.
They did 2 laps around the square and that was awesome.
And then we just walked around town for awhile.
Overall I LOVED this place this is my new favorite because there is animals, fooz ball table, ping pong table, a pool and there is people to play with all the time. You don't get that very often.
So this is my new number 1 stay I loved it.
... are said to symbolize the number of divisions of the rule of The Nine (Noveschi) who laid out the campo and governed Siena at the height of its mediaeval splendour between 1292-1355. Twice a year a famous horse race, the Pailo, takes place here in the Piazza. I can't imagine watching horses race on this uneven brick! We had a wonderful lunch overseeing the hilly countryside, and found the beans in Tuscany to be particularly yummy. Here we also got to see Banca ...
Florence for two days was our next stop. After Dubrovnik, Split and the Colesseum, Florence is UNESCO's World Heritage Site number 4 for us. After a little assistance from the local Romany people at Rome Terminus, we made it onto our train for a quick less than 2hr train ride to Florence. Having settled into our hotel, conveniently located for shopping at the base of the Ponte Vecchio, we set off to explore the Duomo (cathedral), Baptistry and nearby Bell tower, but only ...
... Cucina del Garga, recommended by Craig G. Boy, was he right. It was delicious – the pasta, the steak, the appetizers. Great recommendation Craig! We ate well and then headed for gelato (duh.) Doug got two scoops and I got a Nutella crepe. We headed back to the room and Doug passed out. I guess he was tired from his run.
Now I am heading to bed too.
Love and Hugs, Lizzie
(doug again) Si, I passed out, but not too long. While I ...
... time so we walked to the Ponte Vecchio as we had been tipped off it wouldn't be part of the guided walking tour. We did buy souvenirs but don't get excited that it might have been in the shops on the Ponte Vecchio! We also stopped for coffee in an alleyway coffee shop and RK even scored a soy milk cappuccino, the first in Italy ...