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- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
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... After packing up our belongings, we checked out of Villa Bordoni and headed toward southern Tuscany. We drove to Montalcino, an area known for its Brunello wine. It also has a small town within the region. At the town, we walked around the fort, visited the duomo, grabbed some delicious pizza for lunch and shopped in the local stores (9 out of 10 stores in town are wine stores). We left Montalcino and headed the 20 minutes to our wine tasting at ...
... a few extra glasses, as we saw an older woman wear out the electronic chip on her card.
Had a great bit of steak tonight. I had a good chat to the waitress about how to cook steak. Over here they will not cook it well done. They are into 'rare'. So from now on I need to order it medium plus. This will be the equivalent of medium rare. Maybe I should go back to the pasta, which has also turned out to be very, very tasty.
... dust. He was brushing of the dust, turning the bottle in the light, opened it, smelt the cork. Looked at the bottle again through the light, was talking rapidly with Simone and pored it into a decanter. So that was interesting.
We were drinking a lighter red at first, a refresher I think they called it . Andrias kept our glasses full. Good boy !
The bread was interesting. Each dish was served with different bread. Katya explained the breads were ...
... we were in traffic, but it still didn't take long to pull up to our AirBNB. I buzzed Michele and he came down to meet us, even carrying mom's bag up the four flights of stairs. The artist studio/loft was on the top floor, and when we walked in it was really great. We were both excited to be there and in such a nice place. Michele showed us around the place and told us about it a bit, saying it was built around 1050, gave us some maps ...
... br> From here we went to see the statue of David in the Galleria dell'Accademia. There were three queues: the longest being those without tickets, then the line of those with reserved timed entry or Firenze Cards & then school groups (bus groups virtually enter without waiting!). We had a short wait before we went in. Again we marveled at his unfinished sculptures, at how they just seem to emerge from the stone. Unfortunately there are no photos allowed now. ...