Agriturismo I Fuochi
- High-speed internet in room
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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After a hearty breakfast with Giovanna and her father, we were soon on a bus to the Vatican and joining the long line of people waiting to get in. After an hour or so of waiting in the hot sun and avoiding the fake prada and d&g salespeople we were into the beautiful Vatican. We first walked outside to courtyard and then we admired the many beautiful artworks and tapestries in the art gallery. We then made our way through the Vatican Museums, enjoying the ...
... as it was abandoned due to malaria, however the Byzantine cathedral was lovely, and the ruins around town offered plenty to see.
Finding some shade before our trip via sea was lucky, and we were soon on the waterbus and then transferring to eventually get back to Fondamente Nuove. The trip was rough as the seas were wild, with people on the boat getting wet due to the waves. We ...
We arrived in Venice after another 24 hour ferry ride. I will admit that it was interesting, because we were on a ferry in Greece when the other greek ferry was sinking. Watching the news on the boat really gave us faith in the greek boating system. But after seeing all 4 hours of Ben Hur on Good Friday at the cinema on the boat, we went ...
... his arms, even his head, and of course my first thought wasn't, "That poor guy," or "Maybe I should help him," but, "I'm so coming back here tomorrow and getting a picture of someone with a pidgeon on their head". So, stay tuned for that. Took a walk through the Basilica; it's...well....alright. I'm not a particularly religious person, but you do have to be impressed by the sheer size and design of the place. No ...
... friend. While strolling a busy shopping street by San Marco the next day, I came across a store with an amazing window display of traditional papier mache masks. You see the masks everywhere in the tourist spots, but there was something about this shop that attracted me inside. I soon found myself chatting with the guy working there named Tomaso. We talked about the masks and my travels. We chatted a lot about India... he's been there several times and is doing social work with ...