Hotel Villa Liberty
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the Arno River it is Florence's oldest bridge. Oddly the bridge is home to some very expensive jewelry shops. The weather was very hot 37 degrees but feeling like 47 degrees and we were feeling its affects particularly after the walk up to the Pitti Palace and Bobili Gardens. We couldn't really appreciate the gardens as it was such hard going in the heat and sought some shade to eat our lunch. We particularly wanted to go there because of ...
... want but I got nothing. After the market we went to get a yummy doughnut - after the doughnut it started to pour down with rain so we found cover. Mum and I went to find the info centre - we luckily got to the centre only getting a little bit wet. We got a map and the rain stopped so we went to the church/Duomo - it was so interesting. Mum and I shared an audio ...
... explored the interior and gardens today. But basically picture a very large 12th century castle high on a hill surrounded by vineyards. Let's just say, it is recommended that you use 1st gear as you approach the gate! The two ladies that run the show, Rita and Rosita, are lovely and so welcoming. Enjoy the pictures, and we are off to bed! Bouna ...
... the veil, aged eight and experienced many visions of God, from whom she received the stigmata. In 1380, Catherine died in Rome and was canonised in 1461. Today her house is surrounded by chapels and cloisters, decorated with paintings of events from her life.
Peter and I continued on and visited the Basilica Santa Maria dei Servi. The church is built on the site of the former Church of San Clement, which was acquired by ...
... as not at all unusual. We were cold and tired and not very patient. Finally, the bus pulled up around 5 and - believe it or not - ...