Hotel Villa Belvedere
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... the full essence of what I experience?" And maybe that's the question we grapple with our entire lives. How do I experience the fullness of life?
I remember many times walking around Rome casually looking around to see a group of tourists pretending to be professional photographers. "What are they looking at?!" I wonder. I turn and see the Vatican at sunset, and my breath is taken; it's something I wouldn't see unless that annoying tour group found ...
Florence is a city of Renaissance artists and thinkers, filled with unimaginable art treasures, splendid churches, smart boutiques, and an incredible history. We were blessed with rain most of the day but it did not dampen our spirits. We donned raincoats and ponchos and off we went exploring the city. There was a world class bicycle race that was going through the city ...
... to a different cafe so that I could get some food. Finally after 3 hours of wanting to die, we got into the museum. We looked a bit at some of the other paintings then went straight for David. He was a very large statue, except his pee pee. It was really cool being able to see all the detail including his veins, finger nails and muscles. I was hugely disappointed that we weren't allowed to take photos at all in the museum. We moved around to ...
... went to a explore a bit and we met up with them for lunch before they had to leave. It was sad to see them go! We all had a great time, I'm especially impressed with Jonathan who put up with 3 woman quite well! :) After they left, Sarah, Brendan and I wondered around, we found the fake David. I found a black leather jacket and some boots :) whoop whoop! That night we went back to Zazza restaurant and this time I got the ravioli! It was sooooo good. ...
... cafe right on the square, where we consumed lemonades and teas at 7 Euros each, and a 6 Euro bottle of water! On exiting the cafe we met up with Katie, Chris and Lydia, who had undertaken a walking tour of the whole of the centre of Florence, including the Ponte Vecchio, and were now on the look out for their own cafe stop. Liz and I left the youngsters to it, and circled the Duomo, before all of us made our way back to the station - it was now close to 7pm and time to head home. Olivia ...