- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... roof tiles, red brick buildings and narrow streets. The Duomo, which sits on a small plateau just below the castle and in it’s own piazza, is dedicated to St. Genesius, the patron saint of luvvies, or actors as they’re sometimes known.
However, it is for something completely different that the town is better known for these days. On the hillsides below the town, hidden between and below the various oaks, lime trees and willows, the ...
... a long walk and we went to a pizzeria that didn't serve us pizza!
After a disappointing super that provided more inside jokes and quotes we headed back home. We were told about our busy day tomorrow and we were sent to our rooms right away. Our room is really nice and big! We all got some laundry done and all showered! Now we are just relaxing ready to go to bed for tomorrow's packed day.
Lunch: bruschetta, lasagna
Supper: pasta, pork with ...
... get up on stage but I bought myself a 2 litre pitcher of a cocktail called 'The Red Garter Hangover' and that was enough to get me up there! Maggie and I decided to sing 'I just wanna dance with somebody' by Whitney Housten and we got Lucy to come up and join us too ! It was so much fun! I even got up again a bit later and did 'Candyman' by Christina Aguilara. The night carried on with lots of dancing and singing and eventually Amy, Jamie and I caught a taxi back to the campsite. ...
... way up on the hills this is very cool. we did not get to spend much time there but we definitely would recommend it for anybody to tour this area. we ended up going back to Florence and visiting some more time with Tim's buddy Tom and I got to get to know his wife Margie we ended up having a drink (Or two or three) and having supper at the Hard Rock Cafe and having a great ...
This morning, after our usual coffee and pastry breakfast, we set off to Prato, on the outskirts of Florence, to take Di and John to the railway station for their commute by train to Florence and onto Venice for their flight back home to Australia after five weeks away.
On our way home we visited San Miniato, an ancient town with origins going back to the ...