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- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... wine and chill a little for the 4:30 cooking class.
NOW DINNER. If I say the truth I will probably be divorced. Steve had a wee bit of red before we walked across the road to Pasta al Pesto. Look it up on face book. Beautiful.
And didnt stop once we got there. Will get back to that.
Stefania is our host. Beautiful young lady in a remarkable cutesy cottage. Her tiny house was adorned with incredible artistry, all to do with cooking. ...
... we plucked up courage , drove onto the autostrada and cut across four lanes of oncoming traffic and did a U-turn too.....
Easy, a few beeps and our hearts were smashing through our chest, but we were free of the autostrada.
We then decided to forget about finding the bike shop and headed straight for Fiesole. Then Ken had his revenge on us for not listening to him properly. He did ok to begin with , cutting out main town areas ...
It's been a long time since we posted anything about our travels. We haven't stopped traveling, nor taking pictures. Karen just got a little lazy -- this adventure was about changing somewhat and Caitlin used to remind her mother, "Don't just do something, sit there.' when we exhorted her to get up and moving--that though she started several stories, none made it to the final edit. Plus, she fears she may ...
... Vasari, to build a passage way that would allow him and the Medici family to move freely from their residence, now in Palazzo Pitti on the other bank of the Arno River, to the government palace in Palazzo della Signoria.
Luckily for us we were able to walk this hidden Vasari Corridor - Medici's secret passageway -above the streets, between the houses, even passing through a church and above the Ponte Vecchio.
... of the square, exhausted and weak with hunger, we heard an angelic voice from anear (not afar), 'Anna?' It was our landlords from Heaven, who showed us into our quaint little apartment in a building that's about 800 years old (!). Things improved greatly from there. We were able to shed our luggage, use the bathroom without some stranger walking in on us or having to pay 60 cents, and breathe a sigh of relief that by the grace of whatever saint there is ...