Borgo di Bastia Creti
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- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... bought a beautiful leather bag, and off to our favourite restaurant Osteria del Borgo, where we watched the Tuscan sunset set once again truly breathe taking. We then walked back towards our hotel and decided to go for a night cap at the restaurant we went to yesterday. We watched the soccer game between Barcelona and Juventus for the final of the Champions League and started writing this blog. Back to hotel and finally sleep, off to Firenze ...
... used these blocks to build on and in the Middle Ages built on the Roman foundations, followed by some relatively modern buildings(200 years old). The city is basically four levels all built on the Etruscan foundations. The Pope at the time introduced a tax on salt and the citizens revolted. The pope sent an army to crush the people. You know how it goes, the Pope taxing the **** out of the people for more money for Rome. To this day the people ...
... What a view you could see for miles and miles (you could make a song out of that) we must have climbed a hundred steps, so steep and narrow!!! My calves are just aching and I could hardly breathe by the time we got to the top even Ian was huffing and puffing!! We met up with Kerry and Toni sitting at a restaurant right by our hotel drinking wine (shocker) already after their tough shopping trek!! We then joined them for lunch Kerry had ...
... blown away by the beauty and size of the church that we had walked by so many times. When Ian came back I took him in as well and we walked around the whole church. I found it to be nicer than the Notre Dame in Paris. Off to rent the car a Volkswagen or so I thought, got a Scion wagon instead back to the hotel. Toni and Kerry had packed up paid the bill and we were off to our next adventure. Drove again thru the streets of Sorrento ...
Piero della Francesca, Madonna del Parto at Monterchi, Tuscany .... we walked past so much of Sr Patricia's Art History ...