Hotel Villa Liberty
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... church is very bare, because it is to be filled with life of the people in the church. The Renaissance buildings are rounded and curved, much more artistic and inside filled with art and frescoes. The Medici's ruled until the 18th century, when they died out. The last remaining Medici was Anna Maria Luisa and she could not have any children. She willed everything of the families estate to the city of Florence, all of the palaces, ...
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It was good to reach the ground again, not just to get away from the constant queuing but also that the sun had started to come out and ...
... bar and sat down for a drink. The highlight here had to be the student friendly priced drinks and the free tapa-style food on the bar which we could help ourselves. Over the next hour we gorged ourselves on bruschetta with flavours of fresh basil pesto, homemade salsa, raita and mini pizzas. Filled to the brim with Italian pinot grigio, Heineken and bruchetta it was time to slowly walk the short distance to our hotel for the night.
The following day we caught the ...
... Arriving in Florence we stopped and tried to find an information booth but none opened ...as we walked out of the station I saw 2 Jehovah's Witness ..how did I know .? They where holding up the watch tower magazine ....so I approached them asking if they new of any accommodation available ..they tried to give us directions to a place outside of Florence ..but we decided it was to ...