Hotel Villa Liberty
Travel Blogs from Florence
... during our long promenade to exit the museum!
By this time, it was 7 o'clock, and we had decided to try another little restaurant on our street, the Ristorante La Spada. This is another popular place that draws locals, as well as tourists, and it became packed with diners soon after our arrival. Dee ordered grilled spare ribs, while I tried grilled turkey, and we shared a delicious salad, a plate of spinach, and a bowl of gelato. Another great meal in Florence!
... pie! When it reached midnight, it was officially Thanksgiving and STEPHANIE'S 21ST BIRTHDAY! I ran over to Stephanie and I literally jumped with all my might and excitement on her bed that I basically snapped it in half! We of course later went to get secret bakery, which we are now obsessed with and can't go a week without! Thursday afternoon rolled around and Stephanie and I went to Gusta Pizza with Dani's entire family to celebrate Dani's mom's birthday as ...
... scuoladelcuoio.com/scuola-de l-cuoio-about-us.html. Hard to go wrong shopping where Audrey Hepburn shopped!
Today I met Jonathan and Joanna, a brother and sister from London. She lives and works here, and I am going out to dinner with them at 9 flipping thirty. They are young, and don't realize I am an old grandma, so I will keep up the pretense for the opportunity of more great ...
... the Duomo and the main shopping street and even a palace and some gardens in our whirlwind walk of Milan. We didn't go and see the painting of The Last Supper because you have to book so far in advance to see it and we werent quite onto it enough.. but thats all good, we can come another time and stay with Uncle Brian again! Then we went with Uncle Brian and Grandma to Lake Como for the afternoon and had a picnic lunch next to the lake and sat there admiring the lake! After our ...
... several museums), since we had no desire to be inside on such a lovely afternoon. Instead, we wandered back down to the southern shore of the Arno and up the long, steep stariway that climbs to the Piazzale Michelangelo. Perched atop a hill on the southeastern edge of the city, this grand piazza provides breathtaking views of Florence. After a brief rest (and several photos), we climbed back down the hill and cross the Arno to watch the sunset.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed