Villa Morghen

Via Feliceto 8, Settignano, Tuscany, 50135, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via Feliceto 8, Settignano, is near San Domenico Fiesole, Villa Gamberaia, Pugi Marcello, and Vincigliata.
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    A travel blog entry by msdiozzi on Aug 01, 2014

    ... amazing gelato at Carraia right near Ponte Carraia. Unbelievably low prices and ridiculously good gelato. Recommended by Fabio, and he is so right about this place. I got fondente, a very dark chocolate, almost black in color. Too good to be believed! Had an Italian lesson with Jeanne in which a learned a basic way to tell about something in the past tense. This will be useful! She is a truly great teacher. Jeanne and Fabio had guests coming over so Jake and I ...

    Thank God for the Renaissance!

    A travel blog entry by pinards on May 08, 2014

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    ... wine, chicken, and lasagna. It was their rendition of chicken and lasagna of course... Different than anything we've had yet but delicious!!! After a chili-chocolate cake and dessert wine, Blaine finally got to smoke his cigar. Don't worry Dad, we took lots of humble brag pictures of Blaine smoking his cigar for you. Happy happy guy. And happy happy girl. Fun day :-) Say a little prayer, tomorrow we rent a car and drive through the Tuscan hills... With a stick shift. :-/ Ciao! ...

    Veni, Vidi, Vici

    A travel blog entry by christinakrawec on Aug 18, 2013

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    ... outside and then told her off, or he could have whispered his anger, or he could have told one of the ushers about the situation. Yelling in the middle of a church is not professional and made the entire audience uncomfortable. Why scare everyone away?

    Anyway, the day is now done and we did so much. I loved the concert aside from the small intermission of screaming and continue to be so thankful to be here in this beautiful Italian town.


    Full of Firenze

    A travel blog entry by allielaurqualls on Jun 21, 2013

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    ... and the original David scuplture. In the Gallery before you get to marvel at the greatness you see some other "unfinished works" of Michelangelo. Some of these works are known as the "slaves." Michelangelo believed that when he sculpted that he was doing the work of God and "freeing" the captive inside the marble. It is not known if we are supposed to learn something from the unfinshed works or not. There are many theories behind them, a truth we will never ...


    A travel blog entry by misneach on Apr 21, 2013

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    ... the largest brick dome in the world and the church itself is one of the largest in Italy. The whole cathedral complex including the Baptistery and Giotto's Campanile (the bell tower) are Unesco sites as well. You can climb up to the top of the tower via 414 steps and get a spectacular view, however as the cue was huge we didn't bother. There is so much detailing to the building it's amazing, there are many hexagonal panels, also some lozenges, and statues ...