Monsignor della Casa Country Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... anything. We found a kebab wrap place for supper and headed home. It's halloween so a few people were dressed up. We went for a walk to find a bar and came across a group of kids being yelled at and washing windows. They must of egged the windows. We never found a bar or a confectionary store. We cleaned the apartment and packed our ...
... amazing gelato at Carraia right near Ponte Carraia. Unbelievably low prices and ridiculously good gelato. Recommended by Fabio, and he is so right about this place. I got fondente, a very dark chocolate, almost black in color. Too good to be believed! Had an Italian lesson with Jeanne in which a learned a basic way to tell about something in the past tense. This will be useful! She is a truly great teacher. Jeanne and Fabio had guests coming over so Jake and I ...
... I am well and truly cursed! Last time I was here, the dome of the Duomo was covered in it! So, our meeting place and time established, we split up into groups and headed out for lunch. I had quite the crew with me, as you can see! Imagine our surprise when one of the featured items on the menu was "Viagra"! Needless to say, one of them....guess who...ordered it....the jokes were endless! Next..a guided tour of the Duomo and the historic section ...
... from the center. There was/is a beautiful view of the Tuscan hills from the drive. Goats, horses, cows, donkeys, are a few animals found in their quant farm. The signs were hand painted and situated perfectly, giving a country feel. BUT..There was no one to be found at the inn.
We walked around, knocked on doors, rang door bells until after awhile an extremely tall italian walked up. (I think the neighbors saw us and called..) He greeted us with a little confusion and ...
... we were given a demonstration of how leather jewellery boxes were made (which are quite famous in Florence) and then we were taken into the Jewellery shop where all us girls were interested in getting a puzzle ring which Lucy had told us about, the history of the puzzle rings is something like this, The story is told that in ancient times a Turkish Nobleman was so in love with his wife that he wanted to be sure she was faithful to ...