Villa Le Sorgenti
Travel Blogs from Florence
... Another gem was the Ponte Vecchio Bridge which was built with shops selling all sorts of gold jewelry along both sides of it. No souvenirs unfortunately!
Florence is serenaded by the background hum of motor scooters that zip in and out of the traffic coming from all directions, it sounds like blow flies darting all over the place, also saw a couple of police cars screech around a corner (like in The Italian Job) while we waited at the lights.
... outside after purchase and there were some nice old Italian men who showed me how to get the wheels to stay on (you just hit them really hard!).
Finally, my new cart in hand, I did the grocery shopping, picking up things like milk, yogurt, eggs, cheese, tomatoes, mushrooms, beer, and peaches. That filled the cart and took me to 8 pm and the bus/tram ride back to my apartment. Since the stop is on my side of the Ponte Vecchio, I just have to walk up the hill and I am ...
... it to try to figure out how to use one...just out of curiosity. Neither one of us has felt the need to actually try to use one! Apparently Italians are very afraid of having done kind of "I've fallen and I can't get up" accident in the shower. I think every bathroom has had an emergency alarm cord in the bathroom, generally in the shower. I'm not sure why they need these or what happens when you pull it, but I'm pretty sure ...
Arrived in Florence around 9PM, the evening was pretty and very warm. Reached our place kinda quickly, as it was close to the station and center of course!
First what welcomed us in Firenze, was beautiful view from tiny balcony of nighty city, all small lights and everybody life just under us and somewhere further mountains. We decided to go for a walk, as weather was fresh and nice, but we ended up in the groceries store getting liters of water and some other stuff and then went ...
... class he asked me to sketch any design I like.I sketched this 5inch wedge booties with intense crystals, mesh, leather, gold chains and geometrical stitching. (Hehe ) He looked at my work , his eyes went big and started shouting in Italian LOL. ( By the way the medium of instruction is 100% Italian) We are allotted an Interpreter 50% of the day. What happens when interpreter ...
How has this lodge rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed