Relax Hotel Aquaviva
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... construction new home in Texas. Since it started raining again, we decided to drive back to the villa for leftover chicken and salad and a nap at the villa. Tonight the cook is preparing bruschetta, lasagne and tiramasu at the villa. Tomorrow who knows? Depends on the weather!
The plan is to take photographs of anything we like to incorporate into our Tuscan style home. So far I have pics of chimney caps and the interior shutters for the master ...
... side. This allowed them complete privacy and security when moving about. The corridor also permitted them entrance to the chapel balcony where they could worship in private.
The corridor is open only by appointment and is lined with over a thousand paintings and hundreds of self portraits by the finest artists of each decade. A special treat for us was the ability to view portraits of 19th and 20th century artists that ...
... of the shoulders for women - Meg had to wrap a cloth around her legs in one of them!
Just along in the piazza is a magnificent outside sculpture garden with amazing sculptures dated before 1700BC! We then walk a bit further along to the Uffizi Gallery - one of the largest art galleries in the world which specialises in Renaissance artwork! The line up to get in is over 3 hours long so we cheat & take the fast pass option which takes ...
... as we’d found out there was a designed DFO not too far away – jackpot.
Awesome high end stores, really great discounts, and not too busy. Scored some bargains. Brilliant. Then it was back around the Rome ring-road towards Tivoli to check out Villa D’Este, which was completely amazing. As was our epic journey to try and find the place due to the only one-way road through the town that drove right past it being ...
... with a pair of figures, day and night across from dusk and dawn. They were not truly completed, as the master was called to Rome by the pope before he could finish the task, but they are wonderful. They do not hold the same technical skill with proportions as the David, but Michelangelo's talent is evident in every tensed muscle and languorous pose.
I was quite pleased with my little discovery, and continued around the block. ...