Antico Podere Il Bugnolo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to Pisa mid-morning and this time Petty was much more helpful in helping us to find a park – not before she sent us on a drive right around the city of course. A quick five minute walk and we were looking at the Tower of Pisa, which seems to be on a bit of a lean. Being a bit more prepared this time for it not to be very tall I was impressed with the sight of it. The tower itself is a really lovely building and it really is quite a ...
... Oh, what a proud mummy moment! I am pleased to say that we did manage to get to the outskirts of the city without any more inappropriate gestures.
While driving we noticed a large shopping centre and decided to make a quick stop for some lunch essentials. I left Lyndon and the kids in the car and quickly ran inside but the centre was so big that 10 minutes later I hadn’t even found the supermarket. I found an information screen and started ...
... of just rambling around looking for names I might recognize (which is a pretty short list). It was easy to follow and the crowds weren't horrible, except when I would find myself in the middle (or worse) behind a guided tour group. This is what my Cosmos group looked like everywhere we went, I know! It was fun to see more than Michelangelo's David on this trip, although that is certainly a formidable work of art!! I think I spent about ...
... ended at the Piazza Della Signoria, at the Palazzo Vecchio with its copy of David out front. Some were going on to a tour of the Galleria Degli Uffizi but I decided to save that for when I’m back in Florence in mid-October.
I looked for some of my tour that was not going to the Uffizi (not enough time) and ended up going with the couple from Scotland back to that department store with the rooftop café. Gorgeous views! And it wasn't ...
... away for 3 years in a wooden fortress to carve and perfect the statue of David which depicts the moment before he slays Goliath. It stands 5 meters tall. You go into these museums with an expectation that you will be able to tick off yet another masterpiece but this is really something extraordinary. The atmosphere and aura surrounding this statue is amazing.
The level of detail is what you notice. There is a vein on the forehead that runs down the ...