Il Colombaio di Mariva Benucci
Travel Blogs from Casole d Elsa
... and dry. Job done! Then to a tour office as we only have 3 days here before off to the Amalfi Coast. Booked the hop on hop off for tomorrow and the Vatican and colosseum on Monday...can't go to the Vatican on a Sunday as it is closed! Will probably hit the Trevi Fountain tonight and gift a few Euro's to help pay the Italian debt. No photo's yet, so will update some tomorrow, which will include some of Tuscany. ...
... a table pushed to the side to sit on. The game ended with a 1-1 tie.
While in Vernazza we have enjoyed sunning on the harbor's breakwater rocks, drinking local wine and eating a variety of sea food. With our room, we have access to a private garden terrace that sits over one hundred feet above the sea. Vernazza's ruined castles, towering cliffs, and dramatic views lends it to being "The jewel of Cinque Terre."
Last night ...
... that connects all the villages. On it you see a cluster of padlocks on the railing as legend has it closing a padlock with your love on the rail locks your love forever, the Newlyweds bought a padlock...John and I decided against it....we both have commitment issues! Along the path our first stop was Manorola, another village with cool shops, a beautiful church and a great harbor side park where we ...
... began to board the bus. Perched on the second level of the double-decker bus, we began the trek down the tiny two lane Italian expressways. The scenery was exotic and interesting ranging from vineyards to mountains to castles. Due to the ancient nature of Florence's roadways, our bus was to large to enter the city. Thus we divided into smaller shuttles outside the city ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking