Belmond Villa San Michele
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... to camp and explore, before heading to Florence the following day. Like the majority of our drives in Italy thus far, getting to Fiesole was not an easy task. I thought Damon might lose it as we navigated the tiny, inclined, and walled streets of the town. We finally made it to the campsite where we found the guys and headed out for a hike to where Da Vinci tested his flying machine. Armed with a map we headed out for our ...
After Rome we headed to Florence by train. We had beautiful weather throughout Rome and Florence, which was really nice. The first thing we did in Florence was see the bridges. It was a great view of the water and colorful houses along the sides. The hostel we stayed at in Florence was really cool...it had a DJ and dance floor in the basement, an outside bar on the roof, and an indoor pool. We ate at a restaurant ...
... china and hong kong on the way back to brisvegas. BUT we did manage to buy sone gelato, it was very hot after all. hope I don,t regret not buying a bag here!
have worked out a waling tour for tomorrow culminating with a date with David at 4.30pm. yes, he,s such a popular bloke that tourists must reserve a time to get up close ...
... are having a promotion until September so we both took advantage of it. The coverage was great and it was fairly fast too -- the only slow downs were during the last 20 minutes or so as we went through tunnels in the mountains before arriving in Florence.
Arriving in Florence, the train station was not as ornate or big as Milan's, but was easy to navigate and we lucked out again as the hotel was only about a 5-7 minute ...
... our timer so we could take a group picture at the bottom of the amphitheater, when we noticed a large group of elderly, British and Scottish people. Three of them were descending down to our level and asked if we spoke english in their neat accents. Excitedly, we said, yes! They explained that they were going to test out the acoustics of the theater by standing in the center and reading some poetry and singing some songs. But, only if it was ok with us! Of course, we said, ...