Borgo Scopeto Relais
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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... The Academia is the home of the David, Michelangelo’s famous Renaissance sculpture. It was created between 1501 and 1504. Outside of the Ufizzi Museum there is a replica of the David. However, the original David seemed to be larger and obviously more impressive! Next, we walked through the Ufizzi Museum, which holds artwork like Botticelli’s, Primavera, and Leonardo da Vinci’s, Adoration of the Magi. The museum consists of two long and narrow hallways ...
Picture a red-shingled city, with flagstone streets meandering through tight-wedged alleyways that spill into imperious plazas and palatial entryways, all bunched in a homey cluster that's tucked upon the banks of the Arno and nestled between rolling Tuscan hills—a city that blossoms every morning with the sun’s first light and smolders like an ember every evening as the fading daylight tucks itself beneath a faraway horizon. That city ...
... hoped I didnt frighten too many children before I had my game face on, ditched Metro plans and hailed a cab from the end of the street and made it to the Termini and on to the train by 7.10 !! Howzat. Fortunately our carriage only sparsely populated so while Rex went to the buffet car in search of brekky, I applied makeup - no mean feat at 250kph let me tell you.
We were in Florence by 8.55 am and had a lovely time wandering around the ...
... in the kitchen I spotted Skyline Chili & Montgomery Inn BBQ sauce on the shelf! I immediately had to inquire and learned the owner and teacher of our class have visited Cincinnati to teach a cooking class! They even tried their first real burger (beyond McDonalds) at Zips Cafe which I lived about 10 mins from during my time in Cincinnati! What a small world! We put water on to boil then returned to the main table to dice tomatoes, fresh basil ...
... in more detail" list. There are different tours to different levels of the structure, and I'd love to go into it in more depth, both literally and historically.
It astounds me that such a magnificent creation was neglected for so long. I had thought that
the ravages of time had caused the iconic look of the missing outer curtain wall. But no. That was a Pope recycling the marble to have another palace built up on one of the hills of ...