- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... austere facades belie their ornate interiors. Then onward and upward to reach the castle that dates back to Frederick Barbarossa in the 12th-century. The trek up to the summit of the hill upon which it stands was quite a slog, but Lucy, Irene and yours truly managed to huff-and-puff our way to the top, while Dee remained below and took some photographs of the surroundings. The members of the tour group had neither the ambition ...
... and you can even see the towers of San Gimignano away in the distance. The modern town at the bottom of the hill, is a prosperous place making it’s money from wine, agriculture and pasta, and connects to the old town by a funicolare, one of those little single track railway things that pulls a small cabin up by wire for 1.50 Euros return. Not much more than a single street, it still kept us occupied for a few hours recently, while we wandered around enjoying the ...
... other hand were soaked! The shopping looked awesome but we didn't have time to look because we had to be back in time to get out flight home. I was sad because the only thing I bought from Italy was my gloves! Aaron definitely had the upper hand this trip! We got back to the apartment, packed up the few thing left and made our way downstairs. Elisa, Umberto and Rocko came down to say goodbye and also so we could ...
... that there is a bus stop nearby and that it’s surrounded by busy streets. I sat on a bench for a while; there were two teenage girls sitting there also, one was obnoxiously feeding the pigeons and then stomping her feet at them to get them to fly away.
I realized that the San Marco Museum was right there (one of the ones included in my pass) and even though I was tired and ready for lunch I decided to go on in. The ...
... Signoria where we see replicas of the important statues. More wandering ending in Piazza Santa Croce at a leather store of course! A bit more wandering and back to the hotel to go to San Gimignano and then a Tuscan dinner. San Gimignano is an amazing medieval village with little meandering streets, towers soaring above you and views to die for. The Tuscan ...