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Travel Blogs from Donnini
... turn left - about a 5 minute walk up a cobblestone pedestrian (thousands of them actually) street with a lot of folks like me just staring upwards.
The Dome and surrounding buildings are gi-normous! There are different types of coloured stone from pink to black and in-between (I think they're marble or granite) in both the Baptistry and the Cathedral and Dome - truly a ...
... this first location but picked up a few bargains also. Well shopping with Anita finding a bargain is inevitable, by far a better value for shopper than myself. Ill look at what I like and just buy it where as Anita will look at the discounted items and see if she likes them first - much wiser.
We found the time provided for our tour was borderline as we nearly missed the bus heading home. Anita was so much in a rush that ...
We have only had a few days actually in the classroom for Family Business and it's great because we've had the opportunity to see a lot of Florence that I may not have been able to do on my own.
Monday, we went to visit the Antico Setificio Fiorentino which is a textile company that started in late 1700s. Their antique silks for tapestries and other products are prestigious and their price definitely reflects the quality. The looms are weaved in the small facility by ...
... festival! We shopped for a bit and I bought a dress to wear the next day because my shorts were limited.
I was super excited for this one bridge in Florence called the Ponte Vecchio because it was the only bridge to survive the bombing from World War II. It only had jewlery shops on it but I thought the history of it was really neat. The term Bankrupt came from this bridge too! We walked across it and it was smaller than I had thought but there were ...
... leaning tower. Spectacular. The Batisterio and cathedral are beautiful as well. Love the wooden door to the Jewish cemetery.
Portovenere: Located on the coast at the beginning of the famous touristic area of Cinqueterre.
-Behind the main Piazza there is a hike to the top of the hill, is worth it. The view is absolutely stunning. My favorite place so far. Visit the castle and the church of San Pedro resting on a tiny island, gorgeous place, you would want to stay ...
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Via Provinciale per Tosi 7, Donnini | 4 star hotelfrom $84