- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... after the golden one in the Doges Palace in Venice. Walked back over the Ponte Vecchio built in 13thC, with its shops on either side and the Vasari corridor on the upstream side. Walked along what look to be main roads on the map, but in reality are narrow roads that cars vie with pedestrians for space on. Found the supermarket where we bought supplies for some home cooked meals, the first ones since Berlin! Saturday 25th October Another perfect sunny day so ...
... was a visit to the model township - which took 2 brothers and 3 assistants 2 years to make out of clay. We also had the opportunity to taste 2 wines (in thimble sized glasses), and try some panne forte and other traditional biscuits. Then we were left with some free time to wander. We found a lookout point and the view was of the typical Tuscan countryside - rolling hills and pencil pines with the odd villa or two - beautiful! We'd seen wines in the little ...
... meal. We got back home and passed out.
The next day we got up early to make the tour guide through Florence that ISA arranged. Unfortunately, it was pouring rain and because I had not had the chance to do laundry in 2-weeks, I wasn’t very prepared. My boots were completely blown out so they did nothing for protection. And… I didn’t have a rain coat or umbrella (raincoat was put in my dirty laundry a week ago.. ...
... saw three racers. I made the last of our gnocchi we bought from the Pasta Fresca shop at the Mercato...we need more of that stuff. I made three separate meals with gnocchi per due (for two) and served eight. Once with simple oil, tomato and onion sauce, once with pesto and tonight with brown butter and sage....my fav! Out tonight for a long walk and now to watch the market close before ...
Yet another train ride. This time we were aware of what time we were getting in. The train journey it's self was a little awkward as the couple next to us had choosen to book 2 tickets but then use those seats booked for their bags, which meant they were sat in our seats. After a few busy stops and an authentic Italian lady annoyed (quite rightly) that we were in her seat they decided to move a bag. Just one. So he could sit and she would pace up and down the ...