Villa Fiesole Hotel
Travel Blogs from Fiesole
... to camp and explore, before heading to Florence the following day. Like the majority of our drives in Italy thus far, getting to Fiesole was not an easy task. I thought Damon might lose it as we navigated the tiny, inclined, and walled streets of the town. We finally made it to the campsite where we found the guys and headed out for a hike to where Da Vinci tested his flying machine. Armed with a map we headed out for our ...
... cup of tea to keep me going at this early hour. I called down to reception and got them to organise me a cab. By time I got my laundry paid for at reception (the guy had poor English, and my non existent French made this conversation much longer than it should have been) the cab was there. It was a quick trip to Garde Nord and cheaper than journey from there to hotel. I get into the train terminal and look at departure board. I scan all way down to trains departing at 10am ...
... there was no chance we would be getting into a hostile for Friday night considering we ran into some other JCU students who said every hostile was booked. They were smart enough to make reservations a few weeks in advance. I wasn't worried though. It was part of the adventure.
Continuing the search we walked past a bar that had all of its doors and windows open was playing "Even Better Than the Real Thing" by U2. It put me in a pretty good mood and not long after ...
... our timer so we could take a group picture at the bottom of the amphitheater, when we noticed a large group of elderly, British and Scottish people. Three of them were descending down to our level and asked if we spoke english in their neat accents. Excitedly, we said, yes! They explained that they were going to test out the acoustics of the theater by standing in the center and reading some poetry and singing some songs. But, only if it was ok with us! Of course, we said, ...
... Piazza di signore, we start to notice that the heat is starting to take its toll on some of our fellow tour members. While we stop for a gelato sampling we find we can't stand down wind for a guy fro Toronto. I know they have Right Guard there, what's his excuse... laying native.? Ugh! It was so bad a group from Texas even noticed and moved away from him. OF course, they were interesting in there own right. When we ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet