Albergo Villa Nencini
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... bins in sack cloth to disguise them so that they didn’t look out of place.
The central piazza had a raised platform, upon which they had erected some stocks and other assorted punishment devices that you could put yourself, or even better your children in, and then subsequently be ‘tortured’ by the hooded attendants, who all behaved in a suitably menacing fashion. The piazza was also where the medieval bands and flag twirlers were ...
... various grappas in a side-by-side taste test. Discovering that I really did enjoy the taste, we purchased a small bottle of an amber colored grappa and headed home committed to experience grappa after evening meals.
Finishing dinner that evening in front of another great fire in our huge fireplace, I truly enjoyed my newly acquired tastes for espresso, cantuccini and grappa. Once again, la dolce vita!
... Homemade ravioli with a sweet aftertaste from the pear...amazing! The balsamic in Florence is unlike anything I have ever tasted, and the steak was cooked just perfectly- an altogether wonderful meal. That night we went to a club called Space, very packed but very fun set-up and nice to be with everyone.
The next morning we visited the Leather Market (had to practice a LOT of self-control) and the Pitti Palace- a huge palace built by the de Medici family. ...
... 6 days a week for about 6 hours a day because they think the attention span of the kids wanes after that time. No Market so we walk along the outside of the city walls and eventually come to a traffic jam and the market itself. It is kind of like a flea market except new items being sold. Clothes, shoes, kitchen stuff, it is all here, as well as your fruit stands, cheese stands, meat stands, fish stands, and a Rosticcheria. We walk around, Carol buys twelve new pairs ...
... At 6 I may do that long awaited interview with Simone Brogi, one of the owners of Croce di Malta, That interview last night was cancelled yet again, because Simone has been quite ill. He graciously and politely came down yesterday just to meet me in the lobby and convey his regrets for canceling so much. I told him if he wishes I would cancel the interview as his health is far more important, but he insisted on trying to go through with it today. He seems ...