Agriturismo Casa Bistino
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- Swimming pool
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- Pets allowed
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... lined with fishmongers, the shops were converted to goldsmiths when the Medici's decided they couldn't stand the smell. We walked back in roughly the same direction we came, and paused in another square, bordered by a large arch and several coffee shops, and Elsa used a Braille map located in the square to help us to orientate ourselves and to point out some good spots for lunch. She took us up past Duomo, the Baptistry, and Campanile di Giotto, which comprise the Florence ...
... Oh no... the car breaks down on the way home, as it starts snowing again, so all that good stuff had to wait.
And it did wait for us, particularly Lisa who waited for the tow truck, while Helena and I went on home.
But all is done, and we are now about to sit down to a scrumptious, I'm sure, roasted chicken dinner and a good red wine.
Later. Ciao! Ciao!
... has to be one of Europe's greatest thrills! He stands 17 feet high, gleaming white, and exalted by a halo-like dome over his head, "David" rarely disappoints. When you look into the eyes of David, you're looking into the eyes of Renaissance Man. This 17-foot tall symbol of divine over evil represents a new century and a whole new outlook. This is the age of Columbus and Classicism, Galileo and Gutenberg, Luther and Leonardo--of Florence and the Renaissance!
3rd of June
I was fairly excited to get to Florence, from pictures and research I had done it looked like a beautiful place and my grandma has always talked about buying a house in the Tuscan countryside and moving there one day, so I could not wait to check it out for myself. The train ride to Florence was on high speed train that thought it was a motorbike, every turn came with a lean and it was a weird feeling as though you were on a ride.
Arriving in ...
... Capella Maggiore in Florence’s famed Santa Croce Basilica will not be dismantled immediately. Instead, for about a year, a small number of visitors will be able to don hard hats and clamber up the clanking steps to admire the 600-year-old frescos of Agnolo Gaddi, the last major “descendant” of the Giotto school, from close up. “Climbing up the scaffolding and standing in precisely the same spot where the ...