Antico Borgo San Lorenzo
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Orvieto! The drive was interesting and not even 2 hours. There were fields of sunflowers, past their prime but still impressive, ready to harvest for sunflower oil. Joe, our tour guide, is from Ireland. He’s great about giving us commentary along the way. He says he has studied Art History. I think he said he was guiding this exact tour twice this year. At Orvieto, we took a funicular up the mountain to the old medieval ...
... We walked outside the market to the outdoor market...filled with lace, leather, nick nacks..ect! I wanted to buy a leather purse but there were sooooo many that i could not make up my mind! By this time it was very very hot out and we were on our way home..walking. I swear I was walking so slow i think I was shuffling! We decided to go back to the inn and take a break...and thank goodness! It started to thunderstorm just as we got ...
... market in the town square that was totally dedicated to mother's day. it was starting to drizzle lightly, but we managed to find a park bench, and Robert just veged out, while I happily shopped around. always nice seeing other markets and how they differ from ours at home. I picked up a couple of bargains, bought a beautiful handbag from a vintage store and some scarves.
We had a picnic on our bench and then ventured onto our next stop which was San Gigliano. this was ...
... was a great view of the city and the big castle that is right next door. ive been having a tradition now, which started here, have a cappuccino at the top of a big building that you paid to get into hahaha which is totally worth it even if it is 3 euro, bah! but i take my time and drag it out, taking in the view to make it worth it. after the uffizi i had worked up an appetite, but not for a big fancy meal again, so i grabbed a panini from the one of ...
... we walked out of the terminal the rain clouds had rolled away and were replaced by a beautiful blue sky. Yahoo! The day was spent walking through the streets and just taking in the sights. In travel books they always say that you 'just have to get lost in Venice'. Turns out it is a pretty easy thing to do although still very enjoyable. We saw the main sights including the Rialto Bridge and San Marco's Square. Due to the rain, the square was partially flooded so the masses ...