Sebastiano

Address: Via S. Sebastiano 29, Colle di Val d'Elsa, Tuscany, 06123, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Colle di Val d'Elsa

Florence Monday 7th October 2013

A travel blog entry by margmaj on Oct 07, 2013

6 comments, 17 photos

... while we wandered to Trevi Fountain. Hoards of people. We did the tourist thing and threw coins in, to wish for another return journey, so they say! I bartered a guy down by 10€ and bought a print! only if I gave him a kiss!! The opera was marvellous and pasta was provided by the theatre at interval. There was a gelato cart there too. You could also buy a glass, or two, of Prosecco if you wished. A wonderful 24hours in Rome. 21st October Travel day to Hong Kong. Arrive Derci ...

Florence Day 1

A travel blog entry by danddmeed on Jul 23, 2013

57 photos

... We went there and checked it out. Before going to Florence we heard that there are 3 hour lines to get to Uffizi Gallery and Academia Gallery without a reservation. If you want to get a reservation, you don't need to stay in line at all, but the ticket is about twice as expensive (normally 11 euros per person). There was no line, so we bought a ticket and checked it out. There were many famous paintings (like "Birth of Venus") from Michelangelo , Rubens, ...

Day 10

A travel blog entry by owiedoeseurope on Sep 25, 2012

... I just parked up for half an hour and looked and soaked it up. At this point my camera battery died, so I only got a few photos, gutted. Have organised to get some shots from a few other people. The whole area around the coloseum is Roman ruins, it covers a huge area. Anyway we had to leave and head back to the hotel. Apparently people needed a rest! Whatever. Me and Rick showered and headed down to the bar for a beer. Couple of the younger woman joined ...

Testing the Bus System

A travel blog entry by cncadventures on Sep 21, 2012

24 photos

... towers of which only 14 still remain. The towers like in Lucca were built by the wealthy as protection from enemies as well as each other because the families in the town often feuded among themselves. In 1348, the plague cut the population from 13000 to under 4000 and the good days were over. Florence took over the town, tore down most of the towers and directed the trade route elsewhere. Part of the reason the town is well preserved is because nobody much cared about it after it ...

Florence and the eating machines

A travel blog entry by patches_mcgee on Aug 08, 2011

1 comment, 26 photos

... times and so far all the pizza places in Florence check out. It would be remiss of me not to mention that on a hot summers day, there's nothing like a Peroni or Birra Moretti to help the pizza go down.

I think I may have already mentioned gelato - I won't list all the flavours we tried because I like to keep below a certain word limit but one that deserves a mention is Grisbi. Grisbis are chocolate biscuits and delicious ones at that - they're a lightly ...

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