Hotel Villa Bonelli
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- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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... philosophies about life in general. We even covered the concepts of Socialism, Communism and modern democracy. At one point Brian started talking about Leninism, but Tracy thought he was talking about John Lennon. It’s a shame he was shot she said, which had us in stitches. Brian said, "What are you talking about Lenin died of old age!” She said, Lennonism. We howled over that one. By then it was past 3am and we realized that it was definitely time for ...
We allowed ourselves to sleep in today. Our first appointment wasn't until after noon but, around 11, we were ready to venture out. We left the apartment and wandered through the Mercato Centrale food market (where I bought some Italian salt with herbs). And, it was a pity we weren't hungry yet, as all the food looked wonderful.
Continuing on our way, we arrived at the Galleria dell'Accademia, still too early for our 12:15 appointment. ...
Smooth, fast travel, espresso at CDG Paris, and another one here in Fiesole, and I have arrived. Forgot cord for camera. So I am taking quality photos on the camera (thank you Raven for loaning it!) and until I can buy a cord I will post the grainy ones from this tablet. This solo travel feels really strange, but I am pretty ...
... like this…
Verse: rrrrrrmmmhh, mumble…mumble…mumble (softly)
Chorus: “Click go the shears boys click, click , click…” (loudly)
Why is it that we tend to always know the chorus?
We finally made it to Siena about an hour late and our guide for the day, Roberta, was waiting for us. She proceeded to take us around different parts of the city for the next couple of ...
... of David is housed. There were also many other sculptures by Michael Angelo on display, some unfinished. The staue of David is huge. It is so big in fact that they had to remove the front wall of the museum building as well as remodel the roof over the statue to accommodate its height. It is under close observation as the weight puts intense stress on the ankles and feet so they are monitoring this area carefully. There are also small signs ...