Hotel Villa Liana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a veil. From there we entered a long gallery lined with five works by Michelangelo and culminating at the end with his masterwork "David". The five sculptures appear to be unfinished, still partially encased in the hewn marble block. Four of these, however, called the prisoners or slaves were intended to be seen in exactly this way. These have an almost contemporary look and could well have been created in the 20th or ...
... a little but it was still 37. Not too bad initially though as we slowly wandered around, looking through a leather wares market and then finding a large indoors food court kind of area. We sat and shared some awesome mozzarella ravioli....so delicious.
Then continued on marvelling at beautiful Florence and the centuries old Ponte Vecchio bridge.
We lasted a couple of hours and really enjoyed the sights but the heat coming up from the roads ...
... for the dishes we created that day, but for about 20 other dishes. He said, “look, I send you few very good recipes of traditional italian cuisine. I'm sure that you can make it very good.”
The best part, the extra 20 are all in Italian. Ha ha ha. Thankfully, we can translate them thanks to Google and we will be trying them out.
So to the Duomo. This building is one of the first domed buildings of the Renaissance. The Pantheon ...
... Palazzo Vecchio is the town hall of Florence, Italy. This massive, Romanesque, crenellated fortress-palace is among the most impressive town halls of Tuscany.
During World War II, the Ponte Vecchio was not destroyed by Germans during their retreat of August 4, 1944, unlike all other bridges in Florence. This was allegedly, according to many locals and tour guides, because of ...
On Sunday, May 11 we went to Florence (ten more days tell we get back to Canada). I woke up and we quickly got dressed and we took a water bus to the train station in Venice.Then we got on the train and I played on I iPad and we did our blogs.Then we got off and my Dad rented a new car and we drove to our farm.
We spent the 12th and the 13th having fun at our farm we took a tour on how the farm makes cheese and wine,everyday we played outside and did a ...