Hotel San Michele
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... me! Just kidding... No but seriously, we got in the Fiat then the Brittany song was on so "I PUT MY HANDS UP... THEY'RE PLAYING MY SONG!!! NODDING MY HEAD LIKE YEAH!" Ha... J/K Ok seriously, we were driving this thing like we stole it. We paid extra for insurance- no worries. Following signage in Florence is actually pretty easy but it takes two. One person to swerve and not hit people and one person to watch signage. As Blaine yells, left, I ...
... northeastern part of the city contains a set of great frescoes on the life of St. Augustine by Benozzo Gozzoli, & friendly, English-speaking friars to tell you about the church. English mass at Sunday at 11:00, open daily 7:00-12:00 & 15:00-19:00, free, but €.50 inserted into a coin box will light up a painting.
The panorama of the countryside from the Rocca (literally, a big rock) in the southwestern part of the city.
The Piazza ...
... because we were staying in the old part of the city and the cobbled streets and motorbikes are not really a good mix! The apartment was very roomy with a free laundry - a rare addition to any accommodation in Europe. After a quick trip to the local supermarket for breakfast supplies - and washing powder, it was off to explore the city. First stop - the Duomo and a dinner in the Piazza Republica. ...
... treated to coffee. (I even tried my first espresso for the cultural sake of it. We'll see if I sleep tonight.) Despite having just met this morning, we all sat around the table for quite a long time, just enjoying the afternoon. Finally it was time to leave, and the British couple were kind enough to offer us a ride back to town, as it was too far to walk. Back in San Gimignano, we completed a couple of shopping errands we'd planned, and hit up the world ...
... fried anchovies from a paper cone in Manarola....'nough said? And himself had pizza. We then caught the train past Cornelia (#3) and got off in Vernazza. This is one of the town destroyed in the 10/25/12 flood. Still lots of work to be done, but what amazing progress they made. We had lunch overlooking the water and watched boats being launched, swimmers, sunbathers and small children unattended playing ...