Podere La Casellina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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It has taken us all day but we are finally starting to get the feel of this city. The morning saw us climb up to the Piazzale Michelangelo and here Florence revealed herself in all her glory. The view was sensational and it was easy to spot all the major attractions from such a lofty height. Sat here for some time drinking the best iced coffee ever and enjoying the scenery. After taking numerous photos we made our way down through a lovely sculpture park ...
... are wandering through the laneways and unbeknownst to us, September is the busiest month. We have done a lot of walking though and last night we walked over the Ponte Vecchio into an area in which we hadn’t been before. We found a great piazza with a number of restaurants and bars and people hanging out and sat there for a while until the stench of the sewers drove us away! Yep. The stench of the sewers. You can smell it all over Florence and despite the restaurant ...
... balcony and watched the sky fade from twilight to black. I nodded off to sleep for a while and dreamt of the day we'd just had. It was a noisy, hot, delicious and exciting dream – just as Florence was in reality.
*The Piazza della Signoria is home to the Fountain of Neptune, the sculptures 'The Rape of the Sabine Women', 'Perseus With the Head of Medusa' and the reproduction of Michelangelo's 'David' (amongst other important, and publicly available, works of art and ...
... market and do as we liked. I had a Cannoli today which was excellent. We continued walking around and ended up picking up sandwiches from a shop. I got a salami sandwich that was toasted. Then we went back to the apartment and just relaxed. We made a fort out of the frame of our bed and comforters. We played spoons and wrote our blogs together as a way to sum up our day. Tomorrow we will be going to see the Leaning Tower of ...
... an impression under a glazed dome and is about 3 times the size of a normal person. The rest of the gallery was again filled with religious paintings and, heathens that we are, we did not hang round to see them. We then went and had another Italian meal and wondered back to our hotel. I think we are all feeling a bit "knackered" tonight. Hopefully tomorrow we will get our mojo ...