Antico Podere Il Bugnolo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... at the Uffizi was at 1 pm, and again we breezed in past the queues of people who did not plan ahead and reserve and/or were too cheap to pay the reservation fee, which in my mind is worth it without question. I went primarily to see the Botticellis, which did not disappoint, particularly the two big ones, The birth of Venus and Spring which were the standouts. I just love the renaissance paintings, the little cherubs, the rounded faces, ...
... 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 ...
... meant we could wander around at our leisure without the crowds of earlier. We decided, using our tour map to walk down to the river, before returning. Sadly the three buildings (which are on what is called the field of miracles) were only lit from floodlights on surrounding buildings so the effect was not what we had hoped for. Still we took some more pictures before returning to the site for a glass of Prosecco in the bar, then making our way back to the van. 30th ...
... 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 ...
... Back in Florence, we spent our final evening here having dinner (which was one of the few disappointing meals we've had on this trip) on the Piazza della Signoria, followed by drinks at Rivoire again (which made up for dinner). The square is lovely at night, with the old palace gently lit. There was a large crowd sitting and enjoying the music of a classical guitarist, making for great ambience. We took a final stroll over to the Ponte Vecchio to finish ...