Fattoria Santo Stefano
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... s activity. I wondered when the 3rd mishap would eventuate. I had to wait till today. I'd nearly recovered from the falls, but today we went to a lunchtime concert at the Pitti Palace, in the Palatine Chapel. It was an organ concert on a very small instrument, so the choice of music was limited to some fairly lightweight 18th Century keyboard music (for a small single manual, limited pedal instrument), and a couple of treble voice and keyboard cantatas. It was nice to hear ...
... Duomo looking up, you are looking at a building constructed over 1000 years ago. I would close my eyes and picture the Renaissance artists with Lorenzo, sitting at a table with their wine, musicians in the background, discussing new thoughts, ideas and explorations. And when I would open my eyes, see the world around me and know that without all of them, this world wouldn't be the way it is today - so rich with art, culture and diversity. ...
... people watch with a cold beer! Later We return to the fabulous viewpoint of Florence that we saw last night on the bus. We sit and drink cocktails while the sunsets over Florence. It's a beautiful setting and a perfect end to the day. We stroll back down the hill to Venice and over the old bridge with houses on. Jon had seen a restaurant serving big steaks so we go there for dinner.......it was huge but it was all ...
... a short speech from the tour guide we went into the treasure rooms of the 2 great Dukes of that palace. The first treasure room the bigger of the two had around 20 paintings many of which had secret compartments so the king could store all their gems and gold. The second treasure room was smaller but no less decorated. We didn't stay in the second room for long though. The next (and last) stop was the great hall ...
... was all done freehand and we couldn't resist purchasing items so that we could watch him perform his handy work with ease.
On our way to our next destination, Noale we stopped by Florence and explored the city and we also visited the Galileo Museum, as we were very interested in seeing Galileo's instruments, telescopes and tools. They even have his tooth, thumb and finger on ...