Fattoria di Colleoli
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... really! It doesn't matter what you do, there's always an Asian who can do it better! We left the Uni and headed back to the leaning tower. We had some cliche photos like holding it up and then some less cliche photos like the lollipop and the phallic object etc. Was great fun! After, we headed out to maccas and got a cheeseburger. Loving normal food. We then got back on the bus and went home. Luckily Poodle lady didn't talk very much. It was a good day ...
... the building. The Galleria Palletina has 28 rooms of paintings, five rooms named after planets (Venus, Mercury, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn) with paintings from floor to ceiling, as well as damask wallpaper in some of the rooms, and frescoed ceilings. You can also visit some of the apartment rooms, including a bedroom, chapel, drawing rooms etc. There are some fabulous paintings by Tiziano ...
... the most expensive gelati in all of Europe at the gelateria opposite our hotel. Usual cost for a cone with two scoops was 2 Euros ....but at this shop, 4 ice creams cost 26 Euros! (But they did taste awesome!). Consequence: we had to climb the bell tower if we wanted room for dinner. The Baptistry building started with a gold door - elaborately decorated. Once inside, the ceiling was beautifully decorated with some amazing religious artworks. The cathedral (Duomo) boasted a ...
Chiara arrived in the morning and we all headed over to the Florence Cathedral. The outside was still magnificent in the daylight. There was a large dome inside the cathedral which we climbed to the top of, providing us with great panoramic views of the city. The Cathedral itself was nice. The floors were made of multi-colored marble,and there were a few ceiling murals. There weren't a lot of statues or marble pillars, which surprised me. After climbing to the top of the ...
I slept in a bit (till like 9...) and had a leisurely morning because I'm doing a night shoot tonight. Left at 11 and started at the duomo which is just a word for the biggest church in the city. It's super nice and massive from the outside. Not so nice on the inside in keeping with what was normal at the time. They didn't want To distract the worshippers with too much opulence. Then I walked to uffizi gallery which is the biggest ...