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Phew Finally have internet.... Now to remember all the great things we have done, in order.
On tuesday morning we work up in Pisa and took the train (About an hour south) to Florence (Firenze) It was a lot of fun trying to figure out WHICH stop we were suppose to take since nothing is in english (go figure) After we got off the train we …
... the 2014 hot priests calendar. Damn!
Michelangelo's David was incredible. I couldn't stop gawking at him. I walked around and around and around him. Such an impressive piece of work. A guy whispered in my ear "perfect ass huh?" I started cracking up. He totally busted me staring at the sculptures ass. How can you not though? The rest of Accademia was packed with renaissance paintings and sculptures - including some unfinished pieces by Michelangelo. I'm ...
... the centuries. The building itself is the real museum, although there are also many sculptures, paintings, furnishings and pottery said to be from this same time period. There were 3 floors open to the public (out of I think 5 or 6 floors) that all look out onto a courtyard. The walls of some of the rooms are completely painted to look like elaborate wall hangings, complete with the look of drapes that are pulled back to expose the wall behind. Each bedroom or studio had ...
... at a well known Chianti winery, Poggio Amorelli, in the Chianti Classico region. You know that a Chianti is from the Chianti Classico region if it has a black rooster on the label which also says DOCG, which means that they have to abide by century old rules for making the best Chianti. If you buy only a Chianti, which is not a Chianti Classico, sadly you are not buying the best, as although the wine is from somewhere in the ...
... side. We were able to watch a marvolous storm cross through the fields and upto town, from so high up we could feel the wind pushing the storm closer. As we treversed down the tight and slippery marble steps of this bell tower we could hear the giant rain drops hitting the marble floors above and we could feel the drop in temperature. As we headed out to the street to find our way back through the maze to the bus stop, we were more than greatful to ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility