Villa Le Barone
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
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... concocted here) we thought this would be a wonderful place for two hungry tourists to take a look. Driving through the town things started to look very confusing and not having any idea where to go we followed the parking signs to an underground car park. Although a little nervous to leave our car and keys with the attendant and his nude poster girls, we grabbed our shoulder bags and passports and walked away.
On the street we wondered ...
... our light workout, we headed to the gelato festival! Yes you heard right. Piazza's were filled with pop up gelaterria's and we took full advantage of the best festival known to a backpacker. We continued our day by enjoying yet another great view of Florence's skyline by visiting a department store's terrace-turned-restaurant for our fav Italian drink ( besides Prosecco), a macchiato! Our last night was a special one because we were ringing in Lo's ...
Another beautiful warm sunny day in Italy dawned but as usual we were not up early enough to see the sun rise - I certainly was tired after a fairly busy day yesterday and I slept till 8:30 and Katie until 9am. Breakfast is normally 8:30-9:15 at this B&B (a fairly narrow window) but the owners had kindly said we could have it later. So we ate around 9:30. OJ, home-made pastries; then Katie had scrambled egg with bacon and I had fried egg, bacon ...
... the night. After a spot of lunch we hopped on the bikes and cycled though one of the gates of the ancient city walls to explore. Our first stop was the 15th century Palazzo dei Diamanti, as the camp site lady had told us about an exhibition they currently had. The exhibition was called The Paris of Modigliani, Picasso and Dali. We saw paintings by Monet, Renoir, Dali, Modigliani and Picasso, ...
... and big pigs starring. The area is known for its pork so I guess a visit to the pigs was part of experiencing the culture. It was a long hike on a hot day. One of the great pleasures of the day was returning to the inn and jumping into the pool. I could have stayed in for hours but we had the final dinner to attend. It was a nice meal and the group got along well so it was a good way to finish ...