Villa Poggio di Gaville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... down and the dogs head was almost in my lap. I almost jumped out of my skin. Of course the woman wasn't apologetic, the dog just wandered back to her after sniffing around other tables. After that we decided to go home, it was 9pm. Now we are home in bed, the other two are asleep. Tomorrow we have booked ourselves onto a full day trip to San Gimignano, Siena and Pisa. The bus leaves at 8.30am and won't be back until about 8-8.30 tomorrow ...
... clan, and they had money for days. The actual chapel itself is positively luscious, with a floor made of intricately inlaid marble in different colors, and black/other darkly colored marble walls and painted ceilings (naturally.) At least four tombs were mounted above head level on the walls. **Cultural sidenote: before coming to this program I had no idea that so many people were buried INSIDE churches. Apparently graveyards are sort of newly popular, and in the ...
... I decided that I simply wanted to get to Belgrade, and I took a bus.
Belgrade was cool to walk through for a few hours, but soon I felt like I wanted to get moving again, especially because I had thought of another place to visit: Venice.
The thing about hitchhiking is that it is unpredictable. Right up until Sofia it was pretty easy, then I got stuck and I had to take a bus. With that in mind I considered taking a bus from Belgrade to Zagreb, but ...
Another sunny day in Florence, a quick coffee and breakfast and we were on our way to the Galleria dell' Accademia to meet our guide Chiara. Skipping the line we made our way inside learning more Italian history, much about the Medici family, we have learnt much about the rise and fall of this family in the last four days and how it has influenced the lives of Italians. Art, religion and history are ...
... we haven't had proper red meat in a while (so keen for steak and three veg when we have a place!). Then very boringly we headed home to sleep as my cold and our big days in Rome caught up with us. Later that night we got dressed up and headed out for a group Tuscan Feast! The food was amazing, great bread, great pasta, a steak salad and yum dessert! What Luke enjoyed the most however was the free red wine... He consumed nearly two bottles by himself as was quite happy ...