Villa Aurora Hotel

Address: Piazza Mino 39, Fiesole, Tuscany, 50014, Italy | 3 star hotel
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      Travel Blogs from Fiesole

      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 ...

      Into Italy - Imperia to Florence

      A travel blog entry by glynei on May 26, 2013

      3 comments, 16 photos

      ... a good night as we had very heavy rain and thunder in the small wee hours, so it did not bode well for today. Following breakfast and a little bit of admin we caught the train to the nearby town of Lucca. This is a medieval walled town. On arrival we thought we would forego our usual visit to the tourist information as due to the time it would no doubt be closed. We roughly followed a tourist walk and visited a couple of churches which had some magnificent artwork and ...

      Florence Italy

      A travel blog entry by dktravels on Aug 26, 2012

      26 photos

      So after an earlier start we were off on the train bound for one of my favorite cities in the world, Firenze! ( or Florence). We were only on the train under 2 hours passing through real Tuscan scenery and dry countryside to arrive in a torrential thunderstorm and heavy rain. Luckily. By time we got out of the train it has settled down a little and even more so once we got our bearings on a map to see where our hotel was. Our hotel ...


      A travel blog entry by italianliving on Oct 03, 2011

      ... dessert. The velvety smooth layer of exquisite dark chocolate merges with the fruity red wine which in turn triggers a mini-choir of angels to perform a symphony in ...

      A charming little town with a stunning view.

      A travel blog entry by sabrina.mason on Sep 16, 2010

      1 comment

      ... and causing EVERYTHING IN SIGHT to be cast with beauty! We headed towards a street that looked promising and found Roman and Etruscan Ruins! The ruins were situated near the "edge" of the hill and we found ourselves quietly walking through the tracts of ancient history left behind. Roman baths, an Etruscan temple, and best of original Roman amphitheater, still perched against the steeping slope with rows and rows of rounded steps. I decided to do a little ...