Villa Aurora Hotel

Address: Piazza Mino 39, Fiesole, Tuscany, 50014, Italy | 3 star hotel
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      Day 44 - Venice to Florence, Italy

      A travel blog entry by emilyjms on Aug 15, 2013

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      The most amazing thing about this morning was the hot shower! The showers had been cold the whole time we were in Slovenia so it was such a relief to be able to stand under the shower and just wash my hair! We packed up and left camp at about 10am. Florence was only a few hours away so we'd planned to go in in the afternoon. The campsite we were staying at was in a small town outside Florence called Fiesole. It's on a huge hill so you have amazing views out into the ...

      Florence, Day 1

      A travel blog entry by grantandbonnie on Jun 25, 2013

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      ... out on during my first trip to Florence in college! We also visited the Palazzo Vecchio, Uffizi Gallery and the Basilica di Santa Croce. The Palazzo Vecchio is another cool palace, but not that dissimilar to the one we visited in Venice. Lots of big rooms with very ornate ceilings, walls, and floors! The Uffizi Gallery was a magnificent art gallery. And while we thoroughly enjoyed it, neither of us are art enthusiasts, so it was probably a shorter-than-average visit. Also, several ...

      4 Days in Tuscany is not enough

      A travel blog entry by cath_della on Oct 18, 2012

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      ... effort of lining up multiple times wasn't nearly as strenuous as for the Uffizi, but it certainly pays to book on line, to save an extra long wait in a queue. As I am not a history not, 14th century paintings do very little for me, and so, apart from David and a few other statues and paintings, I didn't find this museum nearly as interesting as the Uffizi. However, the David is a stunning piece of work and worth sitting down and taking in for several minutes, rather than ...

      Little Sleep, Excess goodtimes

      A travel blog entry by bc.europeblog on Mar 16, 2012

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      ... speak english, I am an American) he finally left and we decided to chug our drinks and leave.. We then met up with the crew at a local bar that was filled with boisterous American study abroad students, that wore bright green shirts, yelled "more shots" one too many times, and reminded me why there are some things about college that I do not miss… Fortunately, the obnoxious leprechauns did not ruin the greatness of Mary Kate's Irish jig that is currently recorded on my cell ...

      Chilling with the geniuses of Michelango & Galileo

      A travel blog entry by songandsuitcase on May 04, 2011

      ... so we three set out to buy some leather boots and a leather jacket or two on top of our compulsory souvenir purchases. I managed to find some cute brown leather boots - which were definitely not real leather but who cares when they were only €15! I did try on this awesome purple leather jacket but they didn't have the right size for me so that idea was scrapped unfortunately. We then went back to the "campsite" around 3pm to let people use ...