Antico Borgo San Lorenzo
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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This morning was our Vatican Museum visit. We arrived at 8 am and the crowds were already huge. Insight tell us we are VIP visitors so we walk straight in....no queuing for us! By the time we leave the queue for the museum is all the way back to St Peters, about 2 kms and the queue for St Peters was across the square and doubling back on itself. Our tour also gives us access to the Bramante Staircase which is pretty special......not ...
... carved into the façade, and a bronze door. You walk up hill along narrow streets lined with restaurants and shops to reach the cathedral.
I had lunch with Betty, from Northern Ireland, at a café on the piazza. We met everyone at 4:00 to drive back to the hotel. I had dinner with a couple from Scotland and the two long-time friends (Sue and ??) from UK/South Africa. I wish I could hear and understand more of the ...
Day 271 3 hrs, 2.7 kms Next morning I've got a full day to get back to Firenze, so I'm going to squeeze as many towns in as I can before I bid farewell to Tuscany. Starting with the quiet little town of Poggibonsi, taking its time to wake up on this Sunday morning. Take a stroll up the alleys then find a spacious park at the edge of the forest to ...
Woke refreshed after an excellent nights sleep. Had yet another cool shower and then breakfast downstairs which was included in the price. Nice breakfast, but not as good as the Verona Hotel. Put our bags in the storage area and went out walking. Found some excellent shops full of lovely glass and reasonable prices but they never have change so even a €20 note is too big, so we always try and break our big notes where possible. When we were finally too hot we collected our ...
... around Venice especially during the night when you only came across the occasional traveller in the shadowy tight alleyways. It was not hard to imagine the fictional character Commissario Guido Brunetti by author Donna Leon chasing villains throughout these ally's. The imagination can run away with you while walking the streets, spy and intrege just ooze from the walls. Train has arrived we now start the next part of our journey, Florence the birthplace of the ...