Fattoria degli Usignoli
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Then we got into a semi rural area and started a long slow climb, steep enough that the modern bus was working pretty hard. The view of the horticultural land and large villas was good and as we got higher we were looking over Florence. Fiesole was a small quiet town atop of high hill, and as we walked away from the small town square along the ridge to find the best vantage points, it was very quiet and picture perfect. We enjoyed the quietness and ...
We went to the Pitti Palace this morning and toured the palace "apartment", with high painted arched ceilings, huge candle chandeliers, elaborate decorations, statuary, paintings, and even Napolian's bath room. We also toured the museum including the modern ...
... and the glow surrounding the subjects of the paintings. We also viewed some other renaissance works by too many artists to name, including a few by Da Vinci, which were of course pretty popular with the crowds. Again, photos were not allowed inside the Uffizi, but we bought a fridge magnet at the gift shop of Botticelli's Birth of Venus, to remind us of our visit. After an afternoon rest we ventured out again for another walk past the Duomo and ...
... of detail and human proportion is amazing.
Apparently your not meant to take photos of the statue, but along with the hundreds of careful visitors, I manage to grab a quick snap of the real thing.
Ponte Vecchio is also quite famous, it's a bridge over the river where they have built shops attached to the outside of the bridge, quite unique.
We're off to Venice tomorrow, just a short trip north to see the city of canals.
... of the words for "agriculture" and "tourism" in Italian. I booked it for several reasons: it got great reviews on Tripadvisor, it was located close to a train to Florence, also is a central location in Tuscany for exploring the region and Jan grew up on a farm and I thought she'd enjoy the authentic nature of the hotel. They do make and sell their own olive oil and wine, and the olive trees and grapevines surround the property and add to the ...