Villa Le Rondini
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... has a sister in law, Elaine, that is an art history guide and she lives in Florence. We emailed her ahead of time and she said to meet her in the Uffizi at 10 am on the day we arrived so we could join her tour.
The train from Bologna was super fast and only took a 1/2 hour. Unfortunately, it was mostly underground in tunnels so we couldn't see much scenery. But it did get us to Florence in time to join the tour, albeit late. ...
... considers himself a local. Hinesh and David have a football discussion since David is a Barcelona fan, he threatened that is Hinesh was a fan of Real Madrid he would pull over and let him off the side of the freeway we were travelling on. Boys and football...
First stop is an old castle Monteriggioni. From a distance it is said that the fortress resembles a crown and I can see that it kinda does. This was a strategic fort back in the day when Florence and Sienna were at war. It ...
... drink cocktails and eat apperitivo snacks for next to nothing. The next day we had a late one, wandered down to the huge buffet the hotel put on for us and gorged. After that we went out walking around the city, went and got a closer look at the spectacular duomo in the middle of city, had some lunch time drinks and chilled out, which was nice because up until then it had been hectic! We returned back to the market for lunch where we chose pizzas. Again I think it was ...
... fun for breakfast. Well, while there are all the various types of stalls, there isn't much in the way of sit down restaurants. So, we improvised and found someplace that brought us coffee and I went and found pastries from a bakery and cherries from a fruit stall.
Ken was running quite slow, so after breakfast we went back to the room for some R&R. Around noon, we finally were ready to explore Florence. We ...
... places are real and it appears as our afternoon goes on that Dan Browns geographical references are very factual indeed.
The gardens are huge and sprawling with just enough people wandering to give an air of festival about the warm sunny promenades today without feeling at all crowded. We walk through the formal amphitheater part of the gardens ascending to the lookout at the top where lies typical Tuscan countryside at your ...