Agriturismo Patrizia Falciani
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... walked down to town knowing the walk back was going to be quite aerobic after dinner. Dinner was at a restaurant recommended by our host. When we spoke to the owner at the end of our night he told us his mumma was the chef. Note to self tomorrow night, do not eat so much, considering I have to get up the hill again.
Phil- Easy drive today on the country roads. Sunday has everyone sleeping in and the roads were deserted. I am driving a Fiat ...
... for a bit and people watched. Found our way to the massive massive cathedral decided to give it a miss as we had two more days to come back to Florence. Beautiful though, and a huge line up around the street. It was hot , with thunder storms and dousing rain, the hot again.
After a bit of lost streets and wrong ways, we finally found the bus station to get back to Greve. we were tired but kept our ...
... internet highly recommend paying, and paying soon. Delinquent fines quickly escalate, they have your credit card info, and even card cancellation is not an effective strategy.
Despite the delays and fines, it was worth the effort. Too often in my experience, iconic sites disappoint, but these impressive monuments lived up to their billing. We opted to pass on the interior tours - just climbing the famous leaning tower ...
Could have slept all day if it wasn't for our alarm! Breakfast of tomato, basil and olive oil on bruschetta – mmm! Being true kiwi's we had to stream the final episode of My Kitchen Rules and all sit around the table glued to it with our coffees. Head off in the pouring rain, thunder and lightening which appears out of nowhere. A huge lunch of ...
... there was an English speaking person. It transpired that he was a ceramic artist who had an exhibition going on above the museum and he showed us some of his work. Following this we went for a walk through the town and down to the port where we discovered more rather expensive yachts. On our way back to the van we stopped off for a drink as we had decided to eat out and the restaurants did not appear to be open yet. We went into a bar and ordered a shandy and a glass ...