Villa Le Sorgenti
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... people a lot less fit than us making the climb – and people (women mainly) in much less sensible shoes… As we prepare for the descent (just as tiring as the ascent and uses a load of different muscles!) we congratulate those huffing and puffing their way up to the peak. And let them know that it’s totally worth it. Back on terra firma, we deserve our cappuccini at Caffe Duomo and we sit and watch the world go by. Or sit and ...
... onscreen display of information as you are inside the Animus. Jeffery Yohalem, a scriptwriter, explains that the Animus gives you information as you relive Ezio’s memories whenever you are around historical buildings, people or events. So instead of having a fixed menu, a small discreet pop up will allow you to access the database to read about the history you live in without breaking the immersive atmosphere of the game.
... things as we made our way to the centre, is the 'Limbless Nonna' on nearly every street corner. This revenue raiser works, we discovered, something like this. Head of household chooses the most suitable candidate and clearly, they need to be missing a limb....best of course one of the the legs (or both if LN is to bring in more revenue) as the hands are required for cup holding. They then wheel LM down to busy street corner or tourist filled plaza. The ...
... one with strawberries was so good! I actually think it was my favourite thing of the whole tour. Or maybe it was the thing we had next...dessert wine with biscotti. The lady told us to tip the biscuit in the dessert wine, it was soooo good. Our last stop was a gelato place. After the food tour we went and bought tickets to climb to the top of the Cathedral. That was really worth while, we got to see the whole of Florence ...
Back on the train to Florence for a one night stop over on our way to the Cinque Terre. With just half a day to explore we once again covered a few kms on foot and managed to visit Michaelangelo's statue of David overlooking the city and The Pitti Palace. The day was stunning so we got some gorgeous shots. The Pitti Palace has been a highlight of our trip as it is absolutely spectacular with the rooms and galleries housing one of Europe's finest art collections, and ...