Florence La Paggeria B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... back to Siena from here, was wonderful. So many photos opportunities. In the city of Panforte, how could we not try all the different types. We spent our last night dogging the rain and looking for somewhere to eat. Seems Mondays nights are tricky where ever you are! San Gimingnano It's a lovely medieval town. We enjoyed a glass of local wine looking over the Tuscan hills. We experienced Tuscany by bus. A short walk took us ...
... souvenir shops everywhere full of statues especially David's. Every museum & church has a 3 to 5 hour line up. We decide to take in the culture & the people by walking through the back streets, people watching & browsing. We are over long line ups after Paris & Rome. Florence is very pretty & we both like it better than Rome. It's not as big & crazy as Rome but still has the old history, buildings, statues & bridges over a river. There is a lot ...
... artists from the 16th-century, Pontormo and Rosso Fiorentino. The exhibition was quite impressive, spanning many rooms on the 2nd-floor of this magnificent palazzo.
As we exited the east side of the palazzo, there was a group of musicians and a female vocalist performing ragtime music popular during the Roaring Twenties. We joined a small crowd in the piazza that had gathered to listen, but in a short while decided to call it a ...
... others continue on to 2am. Today we wake up early and make our way to Florence where we are shown the Peruzzi leather goods showroom. The staff pick out a few models to showcase their jackets and end up making the right choice as several purchases are made by those in our tour group. We proceed on a walking tour and view the setting of many famous artworks. I opt out of the Uffizi gallery excursion for a day of shopping and I do some ...
... The statue of David by Michelangelo. What a masterpiece. You can just stare at it for so long. It literally towers over you. He looks so smug and so proud. This is it - the real David. Not an impersonation like you see all over the place - this is real. Wow. This is history.As we continued to walk through the gallery, we noticed the casts in the cast statues like we had seen in the British Museum. Luckily for us there was a video showing what they are and why they are there. We ...