- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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... so that the courtyard is bathed in light. It has a massive chandelier, plus deer heads scattered around everywhere. So very OTT !! The guide was a little unimpressive, obviously wished we would hurry up so she could get back to whatever she was doing before we turned up! When we got back to Florence we saw the aftermath of the storm that hit while we were at Castello. We thought it was bad - lots of rain which ...
... must see museum/gallery in town. To be honest, nothing to rave about, wasn't my cup of tea. Next a quick snack before Gallielo. I had a chat to mum and dad too so all in all was having a great day. Totally forgot within all of the mornings adventure I also went to the markets and got my new red handbag, a new wallet and a pair of leather gloves with cashmere lining. Had to leave before I spent too much more money!! Touched base with Tamara at "I due Fratelli" (Two brothers) ...
... and american decor on the walls. It's always full of American students too which is pretty cool. They run all sorts of specials too like 10% student discount and free milkshakes on monday (so yes I'll be back tomorrow for mine). Today I ordered a breakfast combo with eggs, bacon, toast, and a chocolate chip pancake. My favorite. It's good to know I can have food that reminds me of home when I want it, but don't worry, I haven't been neglecting Italian food. I'm also still ...
... of the city to a little town Malano great view of the valley. and geologically big we enjoyed her to her greatly and spent the afternoon tutoring around more Of the St., Lawrence square. We are just getting ready now to go for a last evening and supper in Florence. We are going back to the first restaurant we went to the first night we were here. Tomorrow we will then head out up to Tourino and where we are going to be getting ready for the ball tournament bye for ...
... they come from all over to sell them something. Had lunch there and then on to Tuscany. The scenery was great. Driving through the French Riviera was magically.houses on rocks.I don't know how they get their cars there. We went through 139 tunnels and that many again bridges. The Italians don't do hills.. They go through or over. Anyway it ...