Relax Hotel Aquaviva
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... construction new home in Texas. Since it started raining again, we decided to drive back to the villa for leftover chicken and salad and a nap at the villa. Tonight the cook is preparing bruschetta, lasagne and tiramasu at the villa. Tomorrow who knows? Depends on the weather!
The plan is to take photographs of anything we like to incorporate into our Tuscan style home. So far I have pics of chimney caps and the interior shutters for the master ...
... waffle cone and bottle of coke I was bitterly disappointed to receive a frozen plastic cup filled with icey vanilla icecream and a cup of premix. Especially when sharing a square with a hundred other tourists cheerily licking their delicious flavoursome gelati. My bad.
As the afternoon began to fade we walked over the Arno River via the Ponte alle Grazie hoping to get a good shot of the market-rich Ponte Vecchio (Old Bridge) and then made our ...
... reading lamps with magazines provided, jacks for headphones with piped in music, electric outlets and wifi capability. They also passed out complimentary newspapers, beverages and cookies. It was a very enjoyable journey that went direct to Florence.
Another observation-Cell phone service here must be better than at home. People are able to get service in the subways, on trains, and even in the boats. Everyone here is carrying a ...
... Venus paintings (Aixa, remember when I bid on the Birth of Venus painting your 7th grade class created for the Bright Water auction?).
The Seattle weather seems to be following us on our trip as it was rainy today. We climbed the 463 steps to the top of Brunalleschi's dome at the Santa Maria del Fiore Cathedral and when we reached the top, we could see all off rainy ...
... notes of travels and all wondered what it was like at home with the latest round of earthquakes, and what we are heading back to, and it was great seeing familiar faces again and having a long sensible conversation in English!
After a long lunch and a rough white wine, (not what any of us envisaged I'm sure but still the company made up for it), it was time for a wander along ...