Belmond Villa San Michele
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... was the Utrusian ruins that were uncovered in the last century. There is an amphitheatre, temple, hot baths and thermal heating rooms. The rest of the 15th and 16th century buildings in the town seem quite modern. Being high up on a hill, there were great views across to Florence and the surrounding area. Could even get glimpses of the cyclists flashing through the narrow lanes in the streets ...
... way up on the hills this is very cool. we did not get to spend much time there but we definitely would recommend it for anybody to tour this area. we ended up going back to Florence and visiting some more time with Tim's buddy Tom and I got to get to know his wife Margie we ended up having a drink (Or two or three) and having supper at the Hard Rock Cafe and having a great ...
... place so extravagant before and overwhelmed with gratitude for Michele and her extreme generosity.
We set off for the remainder of the day with no set agenda. We wandered back to Piazza della Signoria where we took a peak inside Palazzo Vecchio without actually going to the museum therein. We meandered here and there before stumbling upon Pangie's Bistrot for a late lunch. The restaurant is owned and run by a father/daughter ...
... so major props to him). We then drove to Piazzale Michelangiolo for an ideal vantage point of the city which had amazing views. Our final stop was at the Accademia of Fine Arts to view historical works of art produced in Florence including Michalangelo's David which was a lot taller than I had originally thought. No pictures were allowed in the Accademia (apparently all those naked statues are camera shy). After leaving the Accademia our ...
... is beautifully kept, I was just disappointed that someone had written some anti-war comments in the visitors book - this is a place of rest, not a political arena.
Trying to find the campsite, we played the "drive like an Italian" game - generally not too bad, as long as you know the rules and have a small car! The camper was therefore loads of fun, particularly as the sat nav lead us to some ...