Hotel Villa S. Michele
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... taking photos especially when we actually purchased some (expensive) soap. We think they have decided to embrace the tourism boom. We needed to exchange some Australian money so ventured back into a bank. Banks here are quite interesting - you can only enter one at a time through a glass cylinder. You push a button and the first door opens and you enter the cylinder. Then the door closes behind you and after a few seconds then next door opens and you ...
My first day in Florence was unexpectedly low key. Because it was a Sunday, many places were closed, including the area where we were supposed to get tickets and passes for the museums we were going to see. Instead, we will be going to see the museums at our now jam packed Tuesday. We decided to have a late lunch after getting off the ...
... views were wonderful. Alas, I wasn't allowed to take any pictures inside the house.
After seeing the house, we traveled to the Carmignano region, which is just a short way away from Florence. This region is one of the three major wine-producing areas of Tuscany, and it is so beautiful. The hills are covered in different greenery, and vines, and old stucco houses, and you couldn't possibly make the views more romantic. The sun was shining on everything ...
... m not gonna lie, I started to tear up a little bit. We hopped in a taxi and drove to their apartment they were going to be staying at. They got unpacked and it was time for the exploration to set sail. Stop number one was Via Santa Lucia, aka my apartment. Next, took them on a journey to the BEST pizza in the ENTIRE world, Gusta. Then finally to the BEST gelato place in all of Florence, GROM. We sat and ate it in front of the Duomo and were ...
This morning we had a walking tour of Florence. The first church we saw was Santa Maria Novella, which is clad in marble. Then on to Cathedral Santa Maria del Fiore, it has 2 buildings, the main church which is 13th century and the Baptistry, which is right in front if the church and dates from the 6th century. Both are clad in marble, but the church is just the front which was added in18thC. On to the Santa Croce, where Michelangelo, Galileo, and Dante are buried. ...