Hotel Da Vinci
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... less so for Julie, and could have spent longer reading/watching all the exhibits, but there was another tower to climb, there's always a tower! Just a smallish one this time, but gave a great view of the town and surrounding countryside. Note to self, must spend some time on reading more about LDV's life and work. Lunch in a very nice outdoor trattoria, that felt 'indoors' as it was covered with greenery. Very simple but very nice food, and ...
After our day we picked up some pizza and pasta at Ristorante Queen Victoria. https://plus.google.com/116135445786913 263660/about?gl=ca&hl=en
Great service. Got it to go and had a nice dinner on the terrace with a good bottle of wine. Went back for an evening stroll in our Oltrarno neighbourhood. What a great day for ...
... kind of killed the atmosphere but was still well worth visiting!
We then went back to visit our little coffee shop before heading to the natural history museum that Simon had discovered (He had researched it and found the right address!! haha).
The Natural History Museum (Museo di Storia Naturale Firenze) is amazing!! I really enjoyed it.. despite having told Simon that I would just tag along and then see how I felt haha. It is ...
... trains - you'll be there before dinner. Where is your hostel? Good - you can see many things from there.
"Take it. No, please do. It's an investment. In culture. In young people. I can't help the whole world; today I help you. Get out of my car. Ciao!"
He stuffs the bill into my pocket, pulls up to the station, wishes me off, wishes me luck. A quick backhand to the shoulder. As I grab my back pack he leans in one last time.
"She is eternal, you know. ...
Yesterday, as promised in my first post, I visited some museums in Florence to join a real interesting international initiative and celebrate the Women's Day with some art for free!
I started my Art-Day with the "Uffizi Gallery" to move later to the Bargello Museum. After a very Tuscan meal I went to the Pitti Palace visiting finally the Brancacci Chapel.
When the Grand Duke Cosimo the 1st conquered the Sienese Republic and created a state ...
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking