Relax Hotel Aquaviva
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... a fantastic vibrant atmosphere. We walked into the ancient horse racing arena, although we didn't realise what this was at the time. It just looked like a big show arena with wonderful old buildings all around the outside. SUCH a buzz in the air and we began asking around, learning that the Palio horse race was being held later that night at around 7pm. There were some dejected looking locals as it was drizzling and the race would likely not go ahead. Turns ...
Another early breakfast and we're off across the river to visit the very famous Uffizi art museum, based on the collections of the fabulously wealthy and powerful local Medici family and housed in what was their uffizi (offices) but looks more like a scaled-down version of the Louvre. This time we're slightly early for the pre-booked entry that we arranged in order to beat the queues, so we wander for a few minutes in the adjoining piazza which is itself stocked with incredible ...
Travelling to Florence today. When we reached the main train station in Venice 20 minutes early and we realised we were at the wrong train station and the correct station was a 10 min train ride away, sadly we missed our train and had to buy new full fare tickets. Doh! This was even more annoying because on the way to the train station I was talking up my travel organising skills and getting Craig to say how awesome I am for planning the trip details.... I think the best food ...
... gallery (primarily painting). Donatello, Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Bellini, Botticelli and Raphael were some of the great artists and scientists who’s works can be found there. We saw the reproduction of The David and the kids had an opportunity to have their picture taken next to this beautiful sculpture. The original is in a type of porous marble and so was placed inside l’Academia in the late 1800’s. We decided to skip ...
... and help fold it over the binding. We also got to make a special type of Florentine paper called "carta marmorizata". It's basically marbled paper, which you may have seen in pictures. We each got to make our own by shaking paint into a tray of water, swirling it, running various combs through it, and setting a paper on top. Once you run the paper under a weight to get rid of the water, you get a really cool design! The owner said mine was the best of the group. ...