Albergo l'Ultimo Mulino
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... that didn't stop Mom, Dad, Tom and me from walking around the whole city while CJ worked on some schoolwork. We had a late start because we putzed around the apartment a bit and Mom and Dad found a cool market where they bought us some food for the next few days. When we ventured out, we walked out to Ponte Vecchio again (can't get enough of that bridge!) and over to the other side, where we had lunch, wine, and the first cannoli of the trip. We continued along the Arno River ...
... it was hungry while the Sienese rooster did not. The Florentine knight, with a head start was able to claim more land for Florence. Thus the black rooster symbol for Chianti Classico. Even though the Chianti region is now part of Sienna. We finished the tour and went down to the tasting room at the foot of the castle area. The tasting was complimentary, Of course we found two wines that we enjoyed, the top of their line and a reserva. We asked if they ...
... ole immuuni Firenzen lumolle ja taiteellisille aarreaitoille. Näin ollen pelkkä kävely kaupungin kaduilla käykin taidehistorian oppitunnista. Liika on liikaa mutta hyvä että näin on. Firenze on ainutlaatuinen.
Paluu Firenzeen seitsemän vuoden jälkeen.. Edellisellä kerralla koukattiin reilin aikana päiväretkellä täällä. Tultiin aamulla, jätettiin tavarat rautatieaseman säilytykseen ja ...
Originally we had intended to take the scenic back route to Florence, but our booking delays forced a rethink and we chose instead to take the tollroad. As it turned out it was a good option. The scenery was beautiful and the road was good. We passed close to several walled cities, and saw gorgeous villas and towers and turrets in the distance, so there was more than enough to entertain us. Our sat nav was pretty quiet - over 200km before we had ...
... so far. He then spoke to a guy who directed him to go to a separate museum where you could pay 4 euro on top of the david ticket and reserve a time and then not have to wait in line- score! We did that, had a Panini and then we were in. I had seen pictures, and heard descriptions from my Mum about how awesome the statue was, but to see it in real life was an amazing expierience. How could Michael Angelo carve this magnificent statue from 1 piece ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking