Park Hotel Chianti
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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... for the museums. Went to the Accademia first where Michelangelo's David is, but the queues were crazy so headed down to the Duomo, or St Mary's Cathedral, instead and were surprised to find it is free to enter. This is truly a 'wow' sort of building. It is big, has several different coloured marbles set into an intricate design on the outside, several magnificent large doors and is just superb. Inside is much plainer there is a beautiful fresco on the back wall ...
... story their children learn to teach them the importance of not lying. We spotted several Pinocchio's around town! Following our tour, we grabbed a casual lunch of thin crust pizza and salad before meeting a new driver for a quick trip to Pisa! The drive to Pisa was beautiful. We passed many rolling hills of Tuscany which got us all so excited for our day tomorrow when we spend time in San Gimignano and Chianti. We also passed the city where Vespas are made on our way to ...
... in Croatia.
The big Boboli Gardens was certainly big!!! It was a formal garden built around the an old town fortress and fronted by the Palazzo Pitti, a home of a ruling and very wealthy family…the Medici family in 1549.
We walked through the gardens which involved a walk up to a hill overlooking the city. The views and the garden was ...
... to see The David. He is so much bigger than I ever realized. The detail in his hands and feet are incredible. You are not supposed to take pictures but I was able to take one with my phone quickly before getting fussed at. You can see the face of the security guard in the bottom left of my photo. Funny! We walked past the Duomo on our way to lunch. ...
... packets that contain toasted bread sort of things. The coffee however is great..
Monday we took off exploring, starting with the closest local market in a town called San Casciano. What a lovely little spot. Nice views, and the original town centre behind a big wall, like the town within the town. The market was fairly standard market stuff like in Australia, though the few fruit and vegie stalls had a few different things. Everything shut down about 12.30 ...