Residenza Santa Cecilia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 5500 steps on her pedometer. We found a Budget/Avis office and they directed to the inside of a parking garage where we finally located the Sixt Car Rental. We took our GPS with us with the Hotel Rapallo preprogrammed so we could find our way back through the maze of one way streets to pick up our luggage. Apparently that address didn’t take and Ms Garmin was whisking us out of town towards Sienna. We finally found a place to pull over, reprogrammed her ...
August 18th – Libera's and Volterra.
This morning we packed and left for Libera’s house in Castelfiorentino. Just took over an hour and it was lovely to see them again. Once again we had a great lunch and cousin Marcello came over. He is the hunter and Libera cooked his cinguali today. Lunch was another work of art and I particularly liked the ...
... Etruscan burial urns. The Etruscans were in power before the Romans conquered them. We broke the tour with a coffee standing up at the bar as the locals do. (Saved $1 too!). During Roman times an amphitheatre was built below the town and over the centuries was neglected, residents used it as a rubbish dump. In 1920, a local psychiatrist was convinced that the ampitheatre existed and, using mental patients as ...
... the locals do, we shower and cross the road for a Caffe Macchiato (espresso with a stain of milk) and a sweet croissant. After breakfast the bus takes us to our tour of the Colosseum and Roman Forum. We meet our guide Francesca, who brings everything to life. She is local and encourages us to use our imaginations to realise how it was back two thousand years ago. The Forum was the business centre of Rome and we ...
... Paul, forever brave in the face of a new eating experience, tried the lardo bruschetta.
Now, we had been told of this Tuscan delicacy, Lardo di Colonnata, by Marizito, our landlord in Sicily. While you really dont want to know how its made, I'm told the end result is a silky delicious delight. Paul would definitely agree. While stunningly presented, there was no way it was ...