Castello di Ristonchi - Fattoria di Castiglionchio
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... course when we arrive the line is sooo long. Aaaaaaaarghhhhh!
There are 3 main frustrations when travelling. Toilets, Wifi and food. Basics at home, luxuries when on the road.
So now we are at the other end of the town & there isn't another food place in sight. Fine if you want clothes, souvenirs and ceramics but we are now starving (not my word).
I remember that Clint has some ohnezucker biscuits in his back pack. That ...
... her and found a gelato bar. which delighted the whole family.We indulged.
The day had got warmer but it was still 6 hrs until midnight. Clint asked everyone to vote on whether we stay in to celebrate New Years or head back to the farm.
Tess' wisdom = 'Are you going to remember the New Years you went to bed at the farm or the one where you stayed in Florence and celebrated?'
The point was taken, we ...
... then walked around the duomo...so big and beautiful, down past the Bargello and on to Piazza Signoria....where surprise....a community band was playing at Logia de Lanza. Next we took pictures from Ponte Trinita of the sunset and the Ponte Vecchio! A little gelato and back home to watch the second half of the World Cup. Dave leaves after breakfast tomorrow, so we're back to 4! It's been a good visit...his feet are telling him to sit down ...
... just looking at it - taking in different angles, appreciating the history and story behind it and appreciating every little detail. It gives you chills to think of history that you are in the presence of. Much like Venice, we did so much walking - up and down the streets of Florence. We walked over the bridges into some of the local parts of Florence - in fact that is where we ate most of our dinners. We ate at some ...
We've now settled into our "vacation mode". I was up at 7:00 that's a whole hour later than my usual get up time...must be vacation! Larry slept until 8:30...but he's retired now, so that doesn't count. After coffee and a small breakfast of corn flakes, we cleaned up and walked to the Centrale market. Needed some fresh pasta and some ...