Hotel Villa S. Michele
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... the streets, that got our toes tapping. We had a lovely wander around the Duomo Piazza before making our slow way home. Yesterday, we started the day with the very basic continental breakfast which is included. We then hit the road making our way to the Marceto Centrale which is only streets away. On our way, Jus noticed a classical music store so steps inside hoping that he just might find Tchaikovsky's 1812 overture (including canons), his favourite piece of music. ...
I started the day with a bridge to bridge run along the Arno. Getting a bit run down actually. Might need a rest! Being overtaken by young signorinas and portly nonnos doesn't do much for the confidence. Thought we would visit David at the Galleria dell'Accademia early to beat the crowds. When we arrived the queue was only 3 hours from the entrance. We paid an extra $8 each to 'skip the line'. It was worth it. ...
... 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 ...
... Of course, we had our morning gelato as well.
At the Piazza del Campo, we posed for more than a few requisite photos. Jay and Mikey scoped out a place to take a SDP picture but deemed the noon sun an impediment to an optimal shot at the famous piazza. We set off once again in search of a store that sold children’s bathing suits. However, before we left the piazza, we spied a place ...
... Vatican is a process. Firstly, it's a country separate to Italy. So there are the famous Swiss guards and a security check. We were dropped off outside the 20 metre high walls and waltzed in past all the queues of people. We went through security and up the highest and longest escalator I've ever seen. At the top was a piazza with a view of the dome of St Peter in the background. We stopped there so Donatella could prepare us for the Vatican museum glimpse and the Sistern Chapel. ...