Tuscany Inn Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
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- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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We meet again!
After our whirlwind Tuesday we decided to use Wednesday to explore Montecontini Termi, which is a very old spa town, (and stay out of our car). So we walked and walked (8 miles) and came across an amazing huge edifice which was one of the main spas for taking the drinking cure - people would come here for their livers and …
... the green represents the point at which we were too cold to continue, thus making a beeline for the hotel. All told, we walked five miles in the cold and rain.
Now that all of the morning's business had been seen to, we picked up our tourist business at the Ponte Vecchio, where we crossed the Arno River into the Oltrarno district (literally: beyond the Arno). There's something about this bridge that makes it entirely unique in ...
... cops, even though they didn’t seem to care that much. I was quick and able to pull out my camera when the group of people jumped in so I got pictures and posted it on my Facebook and my friend, Amber, who is studying in Rome told me that the people were actually her friends! So they were all excited that I captured the moment. Small world!
On Friday we went to Vatican City, which was amazing! We took a guided tour through the museums, which was so ...
... about Tuscany. One thing that she talked about was how in Tuscany, when you look around you everything seems very natural and like it's part of nature, even though it is made by man. In Tuscany, there is a mentality of building upon nature without destroying it. She wanted to show that in her painting. It was very interesting and I definitely learned a lot of vocabulary since she told us all of this in Italian. Check out her website if you want to see her artwork: ...
... t reproduce, create something different and new, for crying out loud. But I guess this is just my opinion, and definitely not that of most of the museum’s visitors. Anyways, uncultured rant over.
After that, we went to the Palazzo Vecchio (which was nice, although after everything we’ve seen in this country, not that impressive) and to the Piazza della Signoria (where we had actually already been on our way to Uffizi, only we hadn’t realize it was something, ...