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 ...
... 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 ...
... mental and physical exertion to a supreme sense of fulfillment.After our bike trip, when it was all said and done and we had actually survived, we had the privilege to enjoy for four more days in Florence with our ...
... other side of the river through the Pitti Palace, which is where all the ruling families of Tuscany once lived. I must have spent four hours in there and definitely could have spent more time if I didn’t have class at 3. It was so peaceful and relaxing to just wander all of the paths in the garden. All I could hear were the birds chirping and, a lot of the time, it felt like I was the only one in the gardens. There are so many beautiful views of the cities and a ton of ...
... only it was goldsmiths on it instead of artists and performers. I also bought a Pinocchio toy here which amused me to no end for a good half hour!
The best part of my memory is probably knowing that it is the home and birthplace of Dante. He is truly an amazing poet and studying Inferno was an amazing experience - scary, but amazing. I think I definitely have to revisit here one day as well to see all the museums once they are open.
Our tour ...