Villa dei Bosconi

Via Ferrucci, 51, 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

    2 photos

    ... found a little deli and bought some sandwiches which we ate sitting on a bridge. Then we got some gelato, which melted so quickly in the heat that you couldn't take your eyes off it for one second or it would be running down your hand! We walked back to the top of town to catch the bus back to Fiesole. We walked back to the camp via the panoramic road that gives you beautiful views over Florence. Feeling pretty tired we ate a quick dinner and hit the hay, ready for an early start. ...

    Florence, Siena and Pisa

    A travel blog entry by kevandhazel on Sep 12, 2012

    53 photos

    ... and enjoyed our well-deserved Parma Ham (since then Hazel always heads for the Parma Ham in the supermarket). Legend has it that Leonardo Da Vinci tried his flying device from one of the hills in Fiesole. As the village is elevated it offered excellent views of Florence.

    In summary Florence and its surrounding towns are really worthwhile a visit. Its cultural richness and easy accessibility makes it a very enjoyable city which we left with very good ...

    Statues in Florence

    A travel blog entry by katevoss on Feb 16, 2012

    56 photos

    ... to get a bit cold on the concrete we headed further from the river to the entrance to the Boboli park, stopping at an art store on the way where I got some coloured pens for my postcards. Once we got to the park there were a lot of dogs which we stopped and played with for a while before heading to the main park entrance, however by this time it was shut! So we found a playground ...

    Does David have a brother? One that's not stone?

    A travel blog entry by mlp5176 on Apr 17, 2011

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... happens for a reason, but this was a little eerie. I told him about my current conflict of trying to decide whether to go to Medical School or Grad School. He talked me through it, made me feel a little stupid for ever considering stopping at Grad School, and encouraged me to go big. Medical School still scares the hell out of me, but this guy did it and he made me feel like I could too. I still have a lot of thinking to do, but ...

    A charming little town with a stunning view.

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

    1 comment

    ... the museum, you ascended stairs and passed through glass corridors that twisted through the ruins! At one point, there was even a natural stream that had been a part of the ruins and the stone work was still surrounding the stream, but it was actually inside so that you could still hear the steady drip, drip, drip of the water within the museum. We went back out to the amphitheater after seeing the museum for some pictures of us in the amphitheater. We were in the middle ...