Hotel Villa Liberty
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Villa Liberty Florence
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... I have never had before, was unexpectedly smooth and just very good with the dessert. With dessert also came a gooseberry! When was the last time you ate one of those? The papery wrapper with the slightly oily gooseberry skin and the tart taste of the flesh. Reminds me of childhood – we used to have one outside the back door. The scenery from our table was wonderful and it was one of those spectacular days where the blue sky and the sunshine seem to go ...
... awhile browsing the vast collection, taking photos of several interesting pieces that are included in the photo section of today's entry.
By this time it was approaching 1 o'clock, so we walked around the corner to a swanky-looking place we'd noticed on the walk to the Bargello. It turned out to be a good choice, as the food and service at dei Frescobaldi were first-class. Dee ordered delicious veal ...
... dome. Just like the other one at the Vatican the view was stunning, unlike the other one this view was of the Florence, which personally I thought was a lot prettier because of the mountains in the background. We also went to this market to eat lunch and do a little shopping. And also like our last day in Rome we are going to have a nice authentic dinner to finish our time in ...
... enjoying the fine weather that was on offer. There was also, what looked like a chocolate festival on; couldn't resist the chocolate orange slices.
After that we had free time so we had some pizza and a drink in Piazza San Giovanni with the Baptistery as our backdrop.
Back onto the bus for our next visit to San Gimignano, famous for its towers that the rich built to out do each other. It is a beautiful walled town with interesting narrow streetscapes surrounded by ...
... and basically love maps, they are nothing but your friend! Another bit of advice, whilst the TripAdvisor apps are really good for restaurant reviews and things to do, the maps for locating where you are aren't. The GPS doesn't always work and around small Italian streets it provides no names, and neither does a downloaded google map. Rant over.
We had two full days in Florence, and managed to achieve quite a bit. One of the highlights had to be ...