Fattoria di Colleoli
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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Another amazing, sunny hot day and I have it all to myself - no tours, no trains. I headed out in the opposite direction I had been going towards yet another church. I wanted to get there early before the crowds and succeeded. This particular church had lots of tombs and was incredibly beautiful and peaceful. I eventually found my way to the market area. I've never seem so much leather in one place and I have yet to see a single cow. I think that's so ...
... who slayed Goliath. He was started in 1501 and finished in 1504. It took 40 men to move him from Michelangelo's workshop to the Piazza del Signoria where the False David now stands. See photo. The real David stood in the square for 370 years when in 1873 he was moved to a purpose built Gallery about 10 minutes walk up the road. It took 7 days to get the statue up there. They then replaced the David statue with a replica. ...
Another walking adveture, on a route from our travel books. It took about 7 miles, thru the workers part of town, and about 6 hours including a wonderful lunch at a quaint Italian restaurant. We had wonderful pasta dishes accompanied by what else but Tuscan merlot!!!
we stopped at a leather shop and yes, I bought another purse! And a belt (Mike bought a belt too!).
now if I could only find some ...
After leaving Venice , we had a very scenic drive through the green mountains on some winding passes and many tunnels. We arrived in Florence and then we went on another walking tour of the city. From the tri coloured cathedral( the oldest and third largest in the world, luckily we will also be visiting the largest in Rome at St Peters), to the beautiful old bridge, to a the statue of David in all ...
... Florence moved to the top of that list. Jon was calm, patient and kept us all in one piece but even my husband, who rarely gets flustered said he rather not ever have to do that again. Forget the rental car and bring your walking shoes.
3. Buy tickets to the Academia and Uffizi online in advance. After hitting up the major tourist attractions in Rome, Florence, Barcelona ...