Croce Di Malta Montecatini GH
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... similar, far from it, (see photo as evidence), but nonetheless, it was a treat that she has always wanted to try. She duly spent the maximum amount she could, (that's what WAGs do isn't it?), and in the evening looking even more lush, we both boarded The Funicolare up to Montecatini Alto, the small village perched atop the mountain lurking behind the main town. The little train was opened in1898 with all the local bigwigs and cheeses in ...
We started our adventure first thing in the morning at the Accademia to see David of course. With the Firenze card, you get in the short reservation line and head right in. Luckily we were ahead of most of the tour groups so we were able to turn the corner and see the amazing David masterpiece without the crowds. First you walk through some of Michelangelo's unfinished pieces. And then you stand and just gaze at the huge marble statue. I still can't ...
... extra half mile to an alternate entry to avoid backtracking (uphill) to he palace. This is way over the top landscaping. We probably won't be incorporating many of these ideas back in Campbell. We heard some cheering when we returned to the city center and realized that we hadn't missed the pro men's portion of the World Cycling Championships. We ran (thru the rain soaked cobblestone streets) and reached the barricades to see the last team support cars ...
And another great effort by the dingley/thurley/gobbey travel party. Caught the local train to Pisa this morning and walked to the tower of Pisa. A lovely 20 minute walk, which I thoroughly enjoyed because we didn't see anything of the city 22 years ago. Thankfully, the tower is still leaning but the amount of souvenir shops and cafes has increased ten fold. There were still thousands of people annoying the hell out of us and taking stupid pictures holding up ...
... entrance has it's own copy of Michelangelo's David guarding the entrance, but having seen the real thing we were hardly impressed.
The building has had a long and colourful history taking stage as a Palace, a Town Hall and a Museum and is now open to the public showing off its many rooms lined with large and expansive frescoes that depict battles, military victories, Bible scenes, mythology and my favourite, a room dedicated to the victories ...