Ville sull'Arno Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... The story of Florence. It started during the Medieval times when Florence was the center of Europe with both trade and finance. It was one of the richest cities in all of Europe. The city was centered around two main squares. The first was the duomo (church), the Basilica di San Miniato al Monteand, which began construction in 1013. The republic of Florence was established in 1115, and that was when there was the ...
Moved onto the piazza della republica (political square), then to piazza della signoria this is where the replica statue of David is and various others. Next was palazzo vecchio, the Town Hall of Florence, now a museum, then a walk out to see the Arno river to see the ponte vecchio bridge with the shops built on the side and top. From here we went to the Basilica of Santa Croce which is the family church and burial place for the ...
... was queue free up to the start of the dome, then it was time to stand on the balcony looking down over the amazing church and seeing the wonderful stain glass windows. Disappointedly, the queue did not end as we left the balcony, but rather continued the entire way to the deck at the top of the dome. I couldn't remember whether I had climbed the Duomo more than 10 years earlier when on a family holiday until, just before we reached the top, walking between the ...
... like the commercial buildings at the State Fair than it was a craft show. At least half of the booths were covered with tarps of some kind, like the vendors hadn't arrived yet (this show started last Saturday and would continue through the following weekend as well).
It was interesting to see but I ended up leaving in plenty of time to get back to the apartment for mom’s call. I was actually an hour early. I’d accomplished quite a bit ...
For us, it was a day to sleep in.
Since today is an Italian holiday there is a big festival at the Florence fortress for the locals. There were art vendors & food vendors & wine vendors. There were opportunities for samples around every corner! Truffle: oil, cream cheese, or olive spread. Olive pâté of varying flavors. Pistachio: pesto or nut butter. Olive oil: rosemary, lemon, red pepper, basil. Wine: a chianti sampling, lemon chello, and sangria. ...