Villa Torricelli by Il Giardinetto
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... going nuts then they invaded the track and more maleness ensued.
We decided to head for the car, the race finished at 3pm and by 3.30 we were in our car and on the road, it only took us 45 mins to get home using the detours in place set-up by the Police, we thought it was very organised and had heard horror stories, I think if you were going back to the Autostrada it might be a nightmare.
Tomorrow we head to Treviso to see Sergio for a few days.
... to be in the United States just for this moment. I wanted the football food and my friends and I wanted it to be like last year's Super Bowl party, but with a little bit of redemption on my part...I was just craving America. I chose to leave at half time because it is currently 4AM and I have class in 4 hours and I knew I could stream the rest of the game from my computer, so one could say I'm responsible.
... is the wardrobe storage) so that the kitchen is separated from the bedroom/living area.
We’ve been in Florence a week today. We’ve not actually gone into anything yet apart from restaurants, bars, gelaterias, cafes and markets. We don’t want to rush going into the big ticket items such as the Gallerie degli Uffizi or the Galeria dell’Accedemia or the Duomo! The crowds are much bigger than we expected; loads of tour groups from the ...
... 3:30pm", this was an earlier flight...phew! Apparently we should have got an update but didn't - no problem at least we have a bit more time to relax....bad news, "you are wait listed the flight is full"...huh, we have a confirmed ticket.."there are flights after that you can get if you can't get on. I can book your luggage on for you"....Ok, will not argue too much.
Checks in my bag, it disappears, checks in Isla....oh no, ...
... on the very windy (that’s WINE-DEE, not WIN-DEE), very hilly road that makes its way up to a lookout perch perfect for seeing the entire city of Florence. I took a few photos from the top, including a few selfies, and ran back down into town, through the Uffizi and back to our apartment. It was nearly 6 miles. I think if I stuck to the road instead of taking the pedestrian shortcuts it would have been 6. I might do the same run tomorrow morning if I ...