Hotel Villa Gabriele D'Annunzio
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Loved this hotel. We were only here for one night but it was fantastic. We had lots of space in our room, big comfy beds, a huge bathroom, and this was just for a twin share room. The breakfast bar was full of beautiful foods. We didn't get a chance to explore the grounds, bu there looked to be lovely gardens to walk around, and explore.
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We arrived in Florence last night to one of the best hotels on the trip so far. It's beautifully designed, spacious, and has the Tuscan feel. Florence is one of our one night only cities, so we must make the most of it while we can.
Last night we headed out to Tuscan dinner. The restaurant was on a hill and I’m sure the view would …
... and completed structurally in 1436 with the dome engineered by Filippo Brunelleschi. The exterior of the basilica is faced with polychrome marble panels in various shades of green and pink bordered by white and has an elaborate 19th-century Gothic Revival façade by Emilio De Fabris. I find the building overdone and gaudy but it is pretty neat to look at. We wandered to the Piazza Della Signoria where the open air museum is located. Something I enjoyed from 2008. ...
... boring, but were incredible. Us Aussies clearly have to milk the beaches and furry animals card to get visitors. I also didn't know that the current Florence was actually built over the top of an older Florence. Because of flooding, they leveled out the land by filling in all the housing and buildings with dirt, and then rebuilt the city on top of this (only 3-4m on top). So throughout the city you see remnants of pillars from the old Florence, and there is no subway ...
... The leaning tower was such a nice area tho- beautiful lawn and street area. We took our must do tourist shots holding up the tour and pushing it over and laid on the grass to recoup from the walk and relax for an hour. We had some left over saladas and cheese we turned Into lunch and watched the guy in front of us free draw the ...
... was obviously a bit lacking and they moved to their new Palazzo Pitti soon after it was completed.
The palaces were then linked by the Vasari Corridors - our very intersting tour of yesterday - and the di Medicis continued to move between the two places of power!
Many of Cosimo's offspring were forced into the priesthood, ...