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Travel Blogs from Poggio a Caiano
... we got there we realised there was a lot of free parking. Whoops! Oh well, we got our exercise for the day! Up this hill is a replica of the Statue of David and a few other of his pieces. It was cool, but it wasn't the reason we went up there. There were amazing views of Florence from up there. Nothing but terra cotta colored roofs. Well worth out melting hot walk! Next, we headed to Galleria del Academia. This is where the real Statue of David lives. After driving ...
... hazy and a little dull in colour. But I was still thrilled with the city, the landscape, the buildings, the people and the ‘feel’ of the place and yes, it is a city I would return to!
Lucky me received 2 tickets to the Wallabies vs Italy match, but I thought - who will I invite? Just getting to the stadium was an effort because everyone else was trying to get there too and I was leaving from the main station in ...
... it was. I stepped outside of the shop and couldn't move! It was seriously that good! I remained on the step, enjoying myself and just watching people walk by. Two English speaking girls were looking in the window beside me (there's a tap on display with chocolate flowing from it) and they said something about how good it looked. I commented - "It's that good I can't move!" we got chatting for a few minutes and needless to say they enthusiastically went in ...
... was considered the richest city in Europe, handsomely assisted by the wealth of the Medici family who evolved from being merchants to wealthy owners of real estate, property, and priceless artworks. When the last Medici female in the family was unable to produce an heir, the wealthy Lorraine Family were selected to inherit everything from the Medici’s. The condition was that all possessions were never to leave Florence. It was at this time that the private collection ...
Well hello. I'm writing here from the comforts of Dolores's home in Florence, Italy. Yes, I am in Italy. I actually did this. It's been a little over two weeks since my feet first met European soil (European cobblestone to be more precise), and I still have a hard time believing I'm here. I've been wanting to blog since I got here but life has been busy, chaotic, fascinating, exhilarating, confusing, and amazing all at the same time. Classes started two weeks ago ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility