- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... The plan was simple: rent a car, drive to Tuscany, pick up some groceries and check in. It was 11:30 when we stepped off the plane and we expected (conservatively) to check in around 5. It was not to be. As we made our way through the terminal it was relatively empty, just a few passengers and crew moving from one area to another. When we entered the car rental hall, we found where all the people had gone. Dozens of travellers crowded around the waiting ...
... an old theatre. We decided to have a typical Italian lunch at a local restaurant which served pizza and pasta which filled everyone up. We headed back to the villa late afternoon and the kids had a swim. We had dinner and then watched some of the World Cup football. The games are on good times for us to watch as most games start at either 6pm or 9pm. By ...
... about 2.50 for a single cone, and that is not usually a waffle cone. Venchi is the same price, but in a waffle cone and a much better product!
Coffees are about 1 euro for an espresso stand up, but can be a up to 2.50 for a cappucino.
The Uffizi Pass was 100 euros. This is a family pass (could have 2 kids with you) and is valid for 12 months ...
... flowing. We visit St. Francis Church where the convent dates back to the first half of the 1200s shortly after St. Francis died. The church is nice but the Franciscans were not elaborate but rather choosy with what they displayed. The exception is the attached Chapel of the Cross built in 1315 and decorated with frescoes around 1410. As we walk up another street we have walked on several times, we notice a small Oratory of St. Christopher. It is one room made of ...
... one big block of marble. Unbelievable.
Anyway, there are only so many paintings the kids will look at before they start to complain and at that point we'd explain to them that it's cooler in the gallery than out there on the street!
We do eventually make our way out into the hot streets and eat gelato and look at the leather shops. Kids are tired and so we all go home for a siesta. What a glorious idea this is. We crank up the air-con and sleep for hours. In ...