Monsignor della Casa Country Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Wow, this was a long day! We had booked ourselves a day tour out of Florence, so we woke up at 6am; breakfast was served in our room at 7am; and we met the tour near the train station at 7:45. It turned out to be quite a large tour...51 people on the bus... In fact, it turned out that our guide did the tour in both English and Spanish...with so many Spanish speakers! So, we started our day in Siena...seeing the main Piazza di ...
... and uneventful and full of fabulous scenery and tunnels..either one or the other. When we arrived at Monterosso we found a very busy little town with only steps up and down from the platform and very little information on how to get to our hotel as the only useful place.. The tourist information Center was shut as a school holiday..of course. After a few tense moments, some wall map perusing and an ice cream ...
... upon a size. Off it goes back to the jeweler, and we go back into power shopping mode.
Lee responded to Christopher re: sale at Mywalit – a RESOUNDING yes – pick out something for both of them. So entrusted, we find a bag – a beautiful bag in brown tomes with an original price of 285 E, marked down to 85! LESS THAN HALF PRICE!! Knowing a bargain when we see one, we grab it! Select a nice wallet ...
... guzzled the fizzy water. Once the train left the station, I found the restroom on board. From La Spezia to Florence, it was another 2 1/2 hours. By the time the train rolled into the Florence Santa Maria Novella station, I was one happy fat girl!
My hotel was a short walk & was very happy with my selection of lodging for the next 4 nights. I went to my room to drop off my suitcase & couldn't wait to wash my face & hands. Time ...
... historian would have to confess that most of the monuments are a celebration to the male dominance and strength...but I suppose where best fits displays of male virility than in Italy? Don't fear though, I have probably been saved from my sinful thoughts by the amount of churches I have visited. Not just any old churches, but some of the most beautifully fresco decorated and detailed churches that I have ever seen. It is not all about art and historical ...