Albergo Falterona

Piazza Tanucci 85, Stia, Tuscany, 52017, Italy | 3 star hotel
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Florence Day 2

A travel blog entry by amcleod56


... music was so powerful, so intense, so beautiful ...I was teary eyed! The candle lit church was the perfect foil to showcase the organist's talent. It was a truly special moment. Neither of us wanted to leave, but reluctantly we headed back. By this point the gang from Pisa was back and apparently a good time was had by all there, so it was another stellar day on all fronts! Tomorrow we head to Assisi and then to Rome! Buona ...

Florence, Pisa and Cinque Terre!

A travel blog entry by casbang


... possibly started further away. The camping ground had the most amazing panoramic views of Florence. It was situated on the side of a massive hill that overlooked the entire town. By the time we arrived it was dinner so we sat eating pizza to a outstanding views of Florence, a nice twist to a rather ****** day. The sun was setting as we wandered up the hill to the lookout and there we just sat and watched the sun as it went down beyond florence. Once it was dark Olz and ...

Festival and freebies.

A travel blog entry by richfamily


... to the front of the queue and were allowed in about 7.15. We had to go through security tighter than an airport. On a normal day you can queue for up to 3 hours unless you pay more and book a special entry time. We were blessed to only wait a little over an hour.

We enjoyed it but we did not know a lot of the artists. There is so much to look at. If I were going again l would research a little more. Really enjoyed seeing Boticelli's Birth ...

I'm lost for words - Florence!

A travel blog entry by kaizen


... direction hoping it wasn't too far.
Remember I had said that one of the concerts - the young 'ens - was held at the railway station? - a great tactical move to keep them out of the city itself - they came in on the trains and only had to stumble 100 metres to catch the trains home. I knew I was heading in the right direction as the frequency of vomit increased. It was also interesting to see what was preferred by the pidgeons - they are very fussy when it comes ...

The City of Severed Heads

A travel blog entry by 2399


... were better. The gardens consisted of twisting roads that were hard to follow, green hedges, vines growing over trellises forming tunnels, and tall stone towers. My favorite statue was of a lady holding what we think was her cheating husband's severed head. They have a lot of those here, hence the title of this entry.
We met Alex and Dad at a market and had delicious hamon sandwiches. Yummy! And then later we had pasta for our last night in Italy.


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