Hotel Villa Liana
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... let us out of the tour. It was some of the best pizza I've had here. We had an awesome tour guide named Clauss. He's from Amsterdam. He made a comment to us in the middle of everything about not doing drugs and to get high on philosophy because it is MIND-BLOWING. My roommate Hannah was like, "ha that's funny. Says the guy from AMSTERDAM." LOL. He was super awesome though. We had him again for our afternoon ...
We needed that replenishment...as few days ago I wrote from here about Sicily thus:
I really loved that light-filled place and the sea and the fragrance of lemons and the dazzling white limestone architecture and actually am happier in that environment than in the glory of Firenze full of art and tourists! So is Jonny! It reminds me why nature has always managed to take precedence over culture, a ...
... It made for a lovely evening chatting about so many different things. We then walked home via the markets area around San Lorenzo where the stall holders were all packing away their carts. It’s amazing to think that at 9pm they pack them away only to open them again in the morning.
As I was writing my blog I tried the internet access and found that a hotel near us was a hot spot for wifi, so we don't need to pay and we can access it whenever. Bonus!!
... saw us come in...we bought them out of white wine last night). We heard a bunch of carousal music and applause tonight while up on the terrace so my parents and I walked down to see what was going on. A guy had started a magic show in the middle of the street around the corner from the hotel we were at. The crowd had gotten so large that the street was pretty much closed off. He used a whistle for commands and did not speak at all but had background music. It was funny to see him ...
... the green represents the point at which we were too cold to continue, thus making a beeline for the hotel. All told, we walked five miles in the cold and rain.
Now that all of the morning's business had been seen to, we picked up our tourist business at the Ponte Vecchio, where we crossed the Arno River into the Oltrarno district (literally: beyond the Arno). There's something about this bridge that makes it entirely unique in ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility