Hotel Villa Ambrosina
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Villa Ambrosina Florence
Fantastic hotel! highly recommended especially when you have a car! great view! breakfast included and all reasonable price. going to most part of Tuscany in reasonable amount of time by car.
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This is the 9 day road trip from Mainz to Luzern for two nights and then
to Tuscany in Italy for 3 nights. In Tuscany we visited Florence,
Lucca, Pisa and Anghiari. Proceeding then to Innsbruck in Austria stayed
for 1 night and then to Salzbourg for 2 nights before a 7 hour drive
back to Mainz and there was slow traffic due to …
... Basilicas, or churches, the outsides were intricately decorated while the inside had stained glass windows and statues. Lastly we climbed the dome of the Duomo. It wasn't as high as the first dome we climbed, but the view was gorgeous and once again worth the climb. Tomorrow we will be getting up early and leaving for ...
... building to see. And in her haste to depart, neither of us thought to make sure she had a cell phone… or when we did, Lizzie was already 3 stories down the stairs. At any rate, I got some photos. And headed back down behind the slowest tourists EVER. I paused at several places on the way back down to give them more time, but I think that only encouraged them.
The dome is beautiful, and if you get the chance, you should climb it. I definitely ...
... We beat the lines and walked right through the Accademia gallery and saw David then we moved onto the Basilica of Santa Croce and saw the tombs of Michelangelo, Dante, Galileo etc.. I lit a candle in honor of Mary for all of my family back home :) We stopped for a quick lunch break and then moved on to the famous Vecchio bridge where my roommate decided to be a part of the "buy something gold on the bridge" tradition and got a gold ring! Next ...
... does look like a giant red pimple. Oh well, a small price to pay for being in Florence.
On Saturday, we got up and headed to the Accademia to join the first part of our Nude and Food tour. The "nude" portion of our tour focused on Michaelangelo's David, which was impressive to say the least. The tour lasted about an hour and we promptly went to a market to meet up with ...