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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... purses, coats, shoes, florentine, gold and silver jewelry. Phil says it's a good thing that kind of stuff doesn't interest me or we would be broke. For the afternoon we visited san Gimignano a wonderful hill top medieval town. This has remained intact since the 14 the century. Unbelievable scenery. We then traveled into the hills near Florence the northern most part of the chianti area and a ...
... At first they weren't sure they were going to like the trip, but ended up loving it. It was a challenge to pack both for Norway and Tuscany because you had two extremes in temperatures. They ate lots of fish and enjoyed having it be light at 2 am just for the experience. We finished up around 8;30 and headed back to the hotel. We walked a little ways with Kim and Pat until we got over the bridge. I got everyones email address so I can share my pictures with ...
... a rest in the shade for a bit, before carrying on to see the last few city highlights, the Gallery Academia and Basilica of San Lorenzo.
All Basilicaed out, and not really having the attention span to actually visit the famous aft galleries (a bit of a crime we know but we need the money to buy food) we decided to call it a day and head back to the campsite, with 'nice’ memories of Florence. ...
Finally, Firenze! I am so excited to be in Florence. Firenze is beautiful. Everything is grand. This is the cradle of Renaissance. The centro storico is home to some of the most beautiful monuments, churches and museums of the world and attracts millions of tourist to the city each year. The historic city lies within the Medieval walls built around 14th Century. Florence grew economically. The Medici, was a banking family, They were a ...
Today we drove to nearby Montecatini Terme meet Ronald and Hazel, Mum's Scottish aunty and uncle (from Burghead) who are also holidaying here! Montecatini Terme in located in Pistoia, which is the town we overlooked when driving from Bologna on one of our first days. One of the major draw-cards here are the old spa pools, renowned for healing all kinds of ailments from drinking their precious waters. We arrive and catch the ...