Hotel Da Vinci
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- TV Channel One Russia
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... This means that Renault Megane we are driving (approximate equivalent of a Ford Fusion, but in station wagon form) feels, even when we are going 130km/h, as if its almost not moving. As Mom said earlier, “I get why they make all those high end sports cars here, the roads just beg to driven with something that hugs them.” No bumps, no jumps, very comfortable ride. The downside, however, is that when you combine the incredible smoothness of the roads and the curving ...
... you get to park your car, hire a deck chair on the beach and order drinks and food. We did find one spot where could get down on to the beach which was pleasant enough but the water was all churned up and not a nice colour. We then headed inland on a dual carriageway which was a relief for Barry. Went past Pisa and saw the Tower in the distance but didn't go back again. We got to the Aire at Vinci which was very nice so had a relaxing afternoon. We walked up to the village when ...
... and went to the nearby market for lunch and to buy yummy things for a picnic dinner. After a rest we went to another church Santa Maria Novella which has some amazing 14C frescoes and lovely stained glass. After several very rich and filling dinners out, we ate our picnic tonight on our roof terrace - meats, cheeses, salads, fruits from the market washed down with Prosecco - ...
Woke up at 7 and went straight into town to catch the opening of Galleria dell'Accademia, to see the infamous David statue by Michelangelo. Once we got in there was one thing on both of our minds, find the David, after walking past many beautiful Italian renaissance artwork, we finally reached it. It was massive. No pictures were allowed, but being the badass I am, I got one. After the Accademia we made our way to Walter's Gold & Silver Shop, we ...
... I would spend at least half of my time in each room staring straight up. The intricacy of the painting, usually it was done in a way that made the room seem so much bigger, by adding columns and windows to the outside, to make it seem as if it were connected to other spaces. Once again, everything about it said power and money, certainly a home that was fitting for the Grand Duke of Tuscany.
The last museum I visited was ...