Travel Blogs from Reggello
... love all the monuments and rich art history here in Florence, but I have never been a big city person and probably never will be... Florence is so busy and fast paced because of all the tourist traffic. Florence is loud and it is SMELLY. I never expected the gross smells I came across while walking down the little side streets. There is more graffiti, more trash, and more rude people here than in Massa.
... Four-hundred and sixty-three steps later, we stood far atop ____________'s dome peering out over the most beautiful site one has ever seen.
Picture it, Firenze, 1470. Leonardo had just arrived in Firenze at the young age of 15. Under the apprenticeship of Verrochio. Leonardo's genius was quickly confirmed by his master, so much that Verrochio, after only a couple of years, refused to ever paint again. The Renaissance began ...
... express train early on Saturday. After finding our way to Figline, we combed the streets for a while before finding the train station, and then got our tickets for Saturday. Then I called our hotel and got directions from the train station, which was fairly easy. We checked in mid-afternoon, and actually had a few hours to lounge in the sun at the pool and soak up the wonderful scenery that surrounded us. The hotel is an agriturismo, which is ...
... I went in but I had to give a guy a little wave on the way out. I set Zoe a challenge to make out with three guys that evening. She was initially a bit nervous to rise to that challenge. I showed her how easy it was and set out to help her. She did well after she realized easy it actually is. This challenge ended in a lot more people wanting to do the challenge. It was amusing for me to watch. At some point in the evening I all of a sudden had no idea where Zoe had ...
... started chuckling and the Italians just looked at us strangely as I said to Rach "I think we'll just go to the next room aye" I'm sure that will be one for her 21st. Mind you I did think of Sue Barakat, Liam's Year 7 teacher who used to be a neonatal nurse and her mode of puberty education for the kids in her class was scare them, so I thought Sue would love this.
I have to admit I was rather jealous of the children in Firenze as this is a marvelous ...
Other places to stay in Reggello
San Donato in Fronzano, Reggello | 4 star hotelfrom $126
Via Alessandro Manzoni 76, Reggello | 4 star hotelfrom $135
Via Prulli 103/B , Reggello | Hotelfrom $109
Piazza Giorgio Amendola, 4, Reggello | 4 star hotelfrom $112
Piazza Potente n. 26, Reggello | Hotelfrom $100
Piazza Amendola 272, Reggello | 3 star hotelfrom $134