Hotel dei Vicari
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Today we first went to a cafe down the road for breakfast and quite possibly the most unhealthy breakfast ever! I had two croissants, one chocolate and one cream! I also had a drink of orange juice. After breakfast we walked into the centre of Florence and went to the arch of Florence (the liberty arch) and we saw a fountain and some statues. We then walked to the central market in Florence and ...
... Piazza della Signoria which is known as the square of lords. There were many statues there who were all made from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles okay they weren't made by them but TMNT have the artists names. Today we saw lots of naked bodies from the statues. They were pretty cool though just because of how old they are and what they mean. After we saw that we walked on down to Ponte Vecchio which is this beautiful bridge going over the river through Florence ...
... when I book next year.
I left Villa Steno through the garden and the clerk released the gate lock for me. There was a twinge of nostalgia as I walked through the garden, as it's trip I've taken so many times. Monterosso seems very busy today, and the beaches were all crowded. I noticed that the beach in the old town is a bit “rocky” in parts, which I’ll have to keep in mind if I ever decide to go swimming there.
By this ...
... rich history of wars as it is an excellent natural fort and not that far from Rome as the crow flies or gladiator marched. There are Etruscan tombs, and an underground mini living area with cisterns, cellars, wells etc. The area is known also for an excellent wine ( in my bag), ceramics, St Patricks well and the beautiful church dating to 1500 hosting the second biggest organ in Italy.
Our B&B is owned by ...
...you definitely can't take the city out of the girl! I was already well aware of this fact, but it was reemphasized today when I took an excursion out into the Tuscan countryside for a day at a ranch! I never thought I'd see an Italian cowboy, especially not one wearing a Ford tshirt--WHOO! Built Ford Tough.
Moments after arriving at the ranch and being awestruck by the ...