Antico Podere Il Bugnolo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... actually, close together (so much so that it’s a wonder how anyone takes a photo with only the tower!) there is the tower, the cathedral and the baptistery. There is some colored marble amongst the gray marble and white stone facade of the cathedral—so beautiful. Strangely, the degree that the tower is leaning seems to change depending from which side you ...
... became the first city in Europe with paved streets. I know that Florence is Art Capital of Italy and Milan is the fashion Capital. But, really wow! The stores that are here, it doubled Rodeo Drive. Actually, it’s way better than Rodeo Drive. The opulence is mind boggling. But that is Florence for you. Of course, my mom and aunt are going crazy in Florence for the shopping. Definitely it will be an experience that they will never forget.
... market in the town square that was totally dedicated to mother's day. it was starting to drizzle lightly, but we managed to find a park bench, and Robert just veged out, while I happily shopped around. always nice seeing other markets and how they differ from ours at home. I picked up a couple of bargains, bought a beautiful handbag from a vintage store and some scarves.
We had a picnic on our bench and then ventured onto our next stop which was San Gigliano. this was ...
... to point out all of these factoids along the entire trips..... which reminds me.. wait, first the lunch menu before I forget: JJ-Pizza with artichoke + mushrooms, Nancy-crab fettuccine, Linds-Ribollita (Tuscan soup) + Prosecco! Yummy :)
Ok, now one of the most interesting and dark facts of the day. One plaza we ambled through had an amazing craft market as well as a dark history that might scare your children. Please ...
... with even more crowds - the summer onslaught of tourists. Fortunately our visit to Italy was timed well to miss most of these crowds. Today we retreated to our favourite restaurant, Gille, for lunch. Before leaving Florence Stephen felt it was his duty to try the famous Florentine steak, which is usually served in kilo portions for 45 euros. A handsome 800 grams of cow was presented to Steve for lunch, which he happily polished off. Very tasty and usually preferred ...