Agriturismo Il Poggio Alle Ville
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... makes some of its major (tall) landmarks, such as Il Duomo, the Campanile and the tower of the Palazzo Vecchio, seem even more striking. The streets are narrow, and many of them, even the main ones are cobbled, with a web of small alleys and side streets that snake off of the main corridors in all directions. This makes for wonderful wandering and window shopping, especially if you are willing to let your nose take the lead… there are plenty of tasty ...
... and sculpted in 1820–21 by Lukas Ahorn. It commemorates the Swiss Guards who were massacred in 1792 during the French Revolution, when revolutionaries stormed the Tuileries Palace in Paris, France. Mark Twain praised the sculpture of a mortally-wounded lion as "the most mournful and moving piece of stone in the world." Arriving at our hotel at the Astoria, Lucerne. Again, single rooms were quite small but comfortable bed and ...
... has to shower before entering and wear a beautiful tight pool cap...we enjoyed aerobics for a while to get fit. We got ready and enjoyed dinner then headed to Red Garter for a karaoke session with 3 other contiki groups. We expected a quiet night with a few drinks however ended up at home at 2:00am with no voice. Lauren just made it back to the campsite before losing her dinner and rolling her ankle. Good job ...
... in the second half of the 13th C, again magnificent green and white marble facade, Gothic interior with masterpieces by Masaccio, (who represents a turning point in modern European painting bringing linear perspective to bear), stunning Giotto crucifix of 1200 something, frescoes by Ghirlandaio and Filippino Lippi. I prefer seeing these masterpieces on churches rather than in the huge galleries, less overwhelming though ...
... also the only farm/ranch in Tuscany (and maybe all of Italy?) available for kids & handicapped to come enjoy and learn about the animals. (They tried to get a therapy license but Italy doesn't see it as so..) The host explained how many of the kids don't even recognize the animals as what they are when they come. Example: there is a cartoon here of a violet cow. The kids couldn't accept the cow they had as truly being a cow because it wasn't purple.. sad. As already stated, ...