Ville sull'Arno Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
- Room service
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... great thing about traveling on a rainy December Thursday in Florence is that there are no lines at the Uffizi! This is a rare thing here. I was here in January about 10 years ago and found the same thing. In the summer, it can take hours just to get inside.
Elaine's explanations of the art and artists were wonderful. They really made our visit to the museum much more interesting. We saw several Botticelli's, a ...
... impenetrable fort for the Florencians until one day when they were able to bribe a local Siennan man who betrayed his city and let the Florencians in.
Ok enough history, when we got there we paid the 2 euro to climb the walls. It was kinda cool to be on the walls and seeing the beautiful countryside. Vineyards and green hills. There were lots of annoying little bugs flying around on the wall but if you can ignore them you can enjoy the cool views. We only had 45 minutes here so ...
... with the best pizza Ive ever had!! That afternoon I found some wine and laid on the bed and drank it whilst searching somewhere to go out to dinner. I found a local suggestion which turned out to be a quaint little restaurant tucked away in a side street. Other than our authentic meals in Sicily this was the best id had! I had a pear and goats cheese gnocchi, omg best everrrr!! I think even better than the market pasta.. Then we had a big meat thing to share ...
... for the Uffizi, the famous art museum at 4pm, so had plenty of time to see some sites before then. We decided to start with the Boboli Gardens, behind the Pitti Palace on the other side of the river. To get there we had to walk across the Ponte Vecchio bridge, which was a mass of human beings and jewelry shops.
We grabbed a couple of pannini's and found a place at the top of the gardens, overlooking the ...
We had brekky at 8:30am and left camp about 9am for Florence town. We had a leather demonstration first up where the guy explained to us how leather was used and how to tell if leather was fake and what not. We then got shown around the shop and the bags and jackets were nice but sooo expensive so I gave it a miss, but a few of the girls bought these puzzle rings which were really nice but I reframed from them haha it was tough they had some really ...