Hotel Il Palazzo
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What a day. The Giro D'Italia (taly's equivalent of the Tour de France) passed through the town - on our road today so we got out early and walked down to the Basillica of San Francesco early. We spent about two hours there - first in the upper Basillica then we moved down to the lower one and further down into the tomb of San Francesco. Of note …
... contraption, that would only fit two people, and it was open, with no roof, and a fence for walls. I wanted to go alone, but went with mum because she wanted someone with her. We had to run and jump onto the 'bird cage of doom' (mum.) and then we were up, up, and away (rather slowly.)! It was awesome. You were pretty much hanging suspended on a small platform with a fence around it. I looked down, and saw jagged ...
... for airport in Florence and then got onto auto strada (freeway). Heading in right direction we arrived around 4.30 pm after a deviation to another factory outlet. This is the night we stay in a castle "under the Tuscan sun"! The photos hopefully give you a better picture than my ...
Today we were planning on hanging around the villa. It was really hot, so after all the regular things we do after waking up (breakfast, getting dressed, you know what I mean.), we got in our togs, and went up to the pool. At the pool we met up with the kiwis staying upstairs. 10 year old twins called Lily and Ellie, and 2 parents. After a quick swim, we ...
... they were the floating mountains from Avatar (but they obviously weren't floating in mid-air.). We then drove, and drove, and drove, until we came to Umbertide, the village 8km away from the villa. We tried to find a supermarket, but no luck, so we started walking back to the car, and about 200 meters from the car, huh guess what? We found a supermarket! So we bought some food (mum wouldn't let me get M'n'M's. disgraceful.), ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
Can't say enough good things about this magnificent hotel. Located perfecly on Via San Francesco we had a beautiful room on the third floor with aviewover the town and Ste Marie deglie Angels.
Service was superb with hats off to Silvio who went out of his way to help and advise us.
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