Fattoria di Colleoli
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... in getting around. They were delightfully positive. It made us resolve not to complain about frustrations getting around - until the next time. We headed again for the plaza, Piazza del Duomo, and this time Ang was diverted by a flash looking, beautifully presented chocolate shop. Naturally she bought a few items which we'd eaten before getting back to our hotel and they were delicious, particularly the macaroons - no similarity to what's in NZ supermarkets. The ...
Had a final leisurely breakfast at the Hotel Arlecchino and walked across to the station to catch the high speed train to Florence. We resisted the urge to stowaway on the Venice-Simplon Orient Express which had pulled up at the neighbouring platform. We arrived in Florence at 12.30, took a taxi to the hotel and were back in tourist walking mode by 2. The hotel is close to the River Arno and it was a 20 minute walk ...
... day. And I'm going to have to go back to pick up my computer but at least I know how it works now. And I also bought some cute clothes at the mall. Now I would like to share for those of you who are interested what is going on in my classes. In my lighting class we are designing our own light fixture. We spend most of class learning lighting basics or sometimes taking field trips to locations around the city with interesting lighting. Then he looks at our ideas and sketches for ...
... wifi was awesome and breakfast was the best 'included breakfast' we've had in Italy this trip! So despite our initial misgivings I would certainly go here again - and would obviously recommend it anyone. About our visit though - we only had the afternoon and following morning. We will certainly visit again for longer. We did find our way one evening to the Piazza di Michelanglino on a hill overlooking Florence - we got some great pictures ...
... of the statue of David. Michelangelo was an interesting fellow. He worked on David when he was young and was enjoying his work when he was noticed by a pope. The pope asked him to work on his tomb, telling him there would be so many statues he could make for it but when he got to Rome the pope said no, paint the Sistine Chapel. Michelangelo said he wasn't a painter, but the pope said "I'm paying you, so you'll paint". So Michelangelo got his revenge - he used blue ...