Agriturismo Le Buche di Viesca
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... overlooking a beautiful little street with children playing. We saw many surfers in the water, the water is warm as we dipped our feet into the water. Yes, this is where we belong. Oh just now, the church bells are ringing, can you hear the bells? It is very comforting. We arrived in Florence yesterday OCT 23... Florence is very busy with tourists. I am overwhelmed with so many people. Rick Steve's tour ...
... The beautiful frescoes show St. Martin doing good works. The fraternity still exists today and meets in the same building to decide who should receive their funds. We stopped for lunch at Osteria Cipolla Rossa where Pierce ate rabbit for the first time. The pastas were outstanding. So far our favorite meal in Italy. Next we went to the Jewish Museum and only remaining synagogue in Florence. It was built between 1874-1882 in the Sephardic tradition (bima ...
... lined path with water filled potholes (glad I packed a torch). At the end of the driveway lay our Tuscan villa (home for a couple of nights). As you walk into the foyer you are met with sculptures and a large dome in the roof with artwork and an internal balcony around the walls. It was really pretty. Our room was an eight bed dorm but we were the only ones in it so pretty good. That night we wined and dined in the common room and watched some more Italian ...
... to get my stash of Euros only to remember I had left them and my passports in the hotel room safe!!!!!!! Now sitting with my bags on the front step waiting for my pickup. It has been raining as the ground is wet, over cast skies but it is warm. Well Andreas in the mini van is right on time. There are already 2 people in it that he has collected at the airport. Erin from Louisiana (who's accent is already driving me crazy) and Bob from the Chicago. Next we pick up Dennis who likes to ...
... wide eaves for shade which gives it a rather distinct look. Where do you start in this fabulous city? It's brimming with museums, churches, palaces and other great looking buildings. The cathedral is a vast Gothic structure started in the 13th century and took 200 years to finish and has a large Renaissance dome that towers over the city. The exterior is covered in a decorative mix of pink green and white marble. We did ...
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