Albergo I Villini
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Florence for the day seems like a long way to go, but it is achievable with an early start. And an early start it was, too. Leaving home at just after 5.15, I drove to Ashford for the 0543 to Stratford. Surprisingly busy, even at that time of day. An easy change to the DLR (I had remembered to check the TfL live departures to know that I didn't need to run) and I was at City Airport by 6.45 for a 7.25 flight. It's much easier ...
... other. We then went to a place that Grace suggested which was where the locals eat, it was very busy but nice food. We then walked to st marks square, she showed us where Casanova was in prison and where he escaped. We went back to the hotel to chilled for half an hour, then wanted a gelati, so my mum sister and I found a different square and we had gelati. I got a Venetian face mask at the ...
... passage from their workplace to their home. I read about this recently in Dan Brown's book, The Inferno.
2. Barb: I liked Filippe Philippi and his painting of Madonna and child with the angels that was really his own family.
3. Jeannette: I liked Filippe Philippi, the renaissance monk Cassanova who impregnated an 18 year old nun in his 50s and inserted his creepy little face into one his works. (Jake adds, his creepy little other thing. ...
... With the sun still peaking through soft mashed potato clouds we made it back to town within 2.5 hours.
It will go down as one of my favorite hikes ever... only because I had no idea what to expect before hand... and was surprised at what the terrain had to offer as far as variety!!
We stopped in at a small cafe for a bite to eat and a delicious glass of Chianti and some amazing vegetable lasagne. We headed to the bus stop, then the ...
Today we are moving on from our lovely Menaggio villa and its convenient location, that's has allowed us to do day trips into Switzerland. leaving behind the vistas of snow capped mountains, with Lake Como below and its tranquil shores dotted with little villages and their Italian life style. We have decided to catch an early morning ferry from Menaggio, across the lake to Verona on the east side, we have done this so that we can travel south down a side of the lake we have ...