Ville sull'Arno Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
- Room service
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... sum of 5,00 euro – and the ubiquitous selfie-stick sellers.
We make our way back down towards the riverside, and the unexpected hike as taken its toll on my poor battered feet. We cross back over the river at Ponte Vecchio and look for somewhere to eat and take a load off our aching feet. We eat at a restaurant on Piazza della Signoria, and it’s our most expensive meal yet (unsurprising on such a touristy square), but once ...
... s Creed as in the game it is directly on the coastline but in reality it is several kilometers away from any large bodies of water. Lastly, Monteriggionni is the small villa you inherit from your uncle Mario (Yes, he does say “It’sa me, Mario!”) you can rebuild and make into your stronghold. Ezio spend much of his time here and upon hearing that monteriggionni is a real place, fans flocked to this small medieval town in ...
... entrance into the city. So today all of the buildings along the river are built post-World War 2. Despite the Nazi effort to slow the Allies, Florence was liberated in the summer of 1944, ridding the city of the Nazis forever.
Along those same lines, this last picture shows an allied soldier returning the Florentines' art that Hitler had stolen from the city. It was Hitler's plan to build an enormous art museum containing all of ...
... wine cellar...it used to be a jail. The grounds were beautiful with great views also. We tried four different kinds of wines and had a pasta dinner with salami, cheese, bruschetta, bread, olive oil with truffles (I.e. Mushrooms) which was all very good. The last wine was a dessert wine which we dunked our biscotti in, it took your breath away at first but then you kinda liked it. It was like a combination of maple syrup and cognac. ...
... to the Medici Chapels to view more sculptures by Michelangelo. These were completed for the tombs of the great Florentine ruling family.
Next, we went to the Church of Santa Croce. This is the church that Michelangelo attended while growing up, and this is where he is buried. The church also houses the tomb of Galileo. The great scientist was held under house arrest for the ...