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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... of San Gimignano", is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The town also is known for the white wine, Vernaccia di San Gimignano, produced from the ancient variety of Vernaccia grape which is grown on the sandstone. The afternoon was spent at the Ufizzi gallery. David still not well and many others suffering. Our guide Alesandia was very patient and got us through the highlights... M was thrilled to see one of her favourite paintings - Boticelli's 'The Birth of Venus'. It seems that it ...
... headed back to the hotel. Strangely enough, both of us felt a desire to want to be back home today. Three weeks of foreign everything truly makes you appreciate the US and being home. We are especially missing Ukko! We spent a quiet evening with the hotel rooftop lounge and bar all to ourselves as we enjoyed a few bottles of chianti and reflected on our journey. This trip has been amazing in every respect and both of us come home with a new perspective on ...
... which dominates the skyline and is one the city’s most impressive buildings. Built over 700 years ago, it’s still going strong and has the most amazing marble bricks glowing green, white and pink. Being such a huge city, we needed
another caffeine hit and found a wonderful old café that used to be a Roman Palace. As we sat down to rest our legs, on the very next table was a ...
On this Tuesday I woke up and decided I wanted to see Michelangelo's David. I suppose when you're living in a city like Florence for two months, moments of action without method are common so I made a coffee, ate some fruit and left. I didn't take the bus on this day but rather walked the thirty minute trip to the Accademia and waited another thirty minutes in line while I read my book. Each time the slow shift of walking from ...
... The central market is like walking through heaven for a food person. Walls of Italian hams, baskets of fresh porcini mushrooms, cheeses, olive oils, balsamics, spices, fruits , seafood- it is all here- a feast for the senses. We bought cheese, balsamic, olives and bread as well as a couple of pestos and then came home for a Tuscan ...