Relais Castel Bigozzi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... below and the last views of the town behind made our shortness of breath slow back down to a steady pace with big smiles on our faces. After that it was a rolling climb through the coastal vineyards (very different that inland vineyards by method of planting style and distance between the grape vines) and then a slow but equally steep decent back into Vernazza. After several hours climbing in this unusually warm weather we were pretty fresh and decided on a ...
... group continued through the city towards one of the three other major churches - Santa Croce. We met back in the Piazza della Signoria (the one with all the statues, including the David replica) and headed back up the street for a sweet but sad farewell of the world's best gelato (Olivia is learning well and went back for seconds!). Walking back towards our accommodation we had dinner again at ...
... Systematically wandered around the rest of the Galleria dell'Accademia, amazed by the paintings and sculptures. Left via David. Admired David. Again.
Across to the Ponte Vecchio. Hadn't wanted to take photos yesterday as it was cloudy. Brilliant sunshine today so snapped away. The Ponte is lined with jewellery shops and exclusive goldsmiths. Not sure how many people were actually in the shops, but ...
... I didn't want to buy anything, but wanted to see the whole experience
Brian highlight - relaxation
Brian lowlight - none
Claibourne highlight - a peaceful relaxing day exploring Florence
Claibourne lowlight - none
Christine highlight - relaxing all day
Christine lowlight - none
1/2/14 - We awoke a bit earlier than yesterday for our last morning in Florence. After ...
... different stages of completion and get a sense of how he worked.
We then headed to the Borgo in Tuscany - the tree lined entrance up the long driveway was pretty impressive and our the pool was nice (although only the Kiwis and the Aussies braved the coolish water and had a swim). Whilst in Tuscany we visited the hilltop village of San Gimignano, which still had a number of it's towers. The towers were built by the elite as a status symbol so each one tried to build ...