Agriturismo Antica Villa Poggitazzi
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... we walked along the board walk before finding a cute patio to order lunch at. Soaking in the last of the warm breeze along the water we thought we would press on closer to Rome as to not have to rush to get back to the airport and the next coastal town sounded nice from what the locals told us. NOT! It was no mans land...so now what?? After driving around a round about twice we both said lets end with a bang and where it all started, so despite everyone's advice not ...
... beautiful the dome is! He apparently did not use any scaffolding when he constructed the dome, which is a serious engineering feat. After climbing up the Dome, we visited the inside of the Baptistery (built in the 1100s) again ( we visited it last year) and once again stood in amazement. It is a domed space, with the entire ceiling a giant mosaic of great beauty. There is a giant figure of Christ in the middle, with images of Hell on one ...
Unfortunately I have come down with some sort of cold. Hopefully it passes soon =/. On a more positive note, it is my birthday today and I am turning 23! It was also bright and sunny (instead of raining as forecast).
We caught the 9:50am bus going to town and arrived in Florence at 11:45am; longgggg bus ride. Even though we were just sitting on the bus for the entire morning, we were hungry and went to lunch upon arrival. ...
We had our concierge book us into the Uffizi Museum as we had been told it can have long lines of people waiting to get in. So we were booked in at 10:45. Great, it meant we could have a nice leisurely breakfast of croissants, bread and coffee before making our way into town. Unfortunately Anna (the Aussie girl who we met serving us breakfast on our first morning) was off for the next 3 days and so our morning coffee was terrible! Aussies do make good coffee. It was a bit of ...
... on to the Piazza Della Signoria to gaze again at at the amazing statues of Poseidon, David and Perseus. We drank wine with a cheese platter near the Duomo and strolled home to relax before our next adventure - off to Rome tomorrow. 20th October 2013 Got taxi to SMN station and caught a Eurostar train to Rome. (250kms per hour). We headed off to the Spanish Steps, 3 blocks from our hotel. We lunched at a small cafe, afterwards we bought tickets to the opera, then had ...