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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... giving the tower its slight banana shape. In 1284 work stopped yet again. In 1360 another engineer capped it off at 51mt (167ft) with a vaguely gothic belfry. Excavations around the base in the early 19th century caused he tower to start falling faster than ever and by 1990 the lean was about 4.6mt so the Pisa was closed where stabilisation work continued until 2001 when the tower ...
... 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 ...
... myself and started to fill in the paperwork. The silver BMW was parked out front like an aircraft carrier next to the mopeds. Now had to wait for Ricardo, the owner/mechanic to fill the bike with oil ? Strange, I thought it would of been ready to go. But this is Italy ! After about 30 minutes he arrived, caught in traffic, in a massive van. He uses the van to deliver bikes to Vesper Tours in Tuscany. Ricardo was friendly and spoke ...
... more exploring in the city and to venture out into the wider Tuscan countryside.
The streets were busy and bustling with tourists. One of our favourite spots was the old bridge in the centre of the city. There are little houses and shops crowded along both sides (it must be what the London bridges used to be like) and our room was in tall building overlooking the bridge. We took ourselves on a walking tour again looking at the beautiful Duomo and ...
... were the Mona Lisa model was born. It is definitely where "Much Ado About Nothing" was filmed nearly 20 years ago.
For dinner, we headed another 3 miles, further uphill along a curvy, one and half lane road next to a steep incline, dodging a couple of deer, to Ristoro di La Mole, Via di LaMole, 6, Greve in Chianti, www.ristorodilamole.it. We were warmly welcomed by Filippi to his 21 year old restaurant.
Proudly, he poured two local La Mole ...