Villa Le Sorgenti
Travel Blogs from Florence
... a little bit higher than the tower which stands at 278 feet tall.
Even though our admission ticket included it, we made the easy decision not to climb the bell tower.
After the climb we were ready for supper. We went to a little café and had some average pasta…penne ragu for me, and spaghetti carbonara for Mel. We then called it a night since we have to be up early for our bus tour of Tuscany ...
... world. If you ever make it to Florence make sure to pay that extra 10 euro to climb to the top. The view is breathtaking.
Next we went to the Accademia to check out our boy David. Luckily I'm sneaky enough and sniped a picture for you all. Surprisingly he was a much larger statue than expected. His hands and feet were disproportioned to take your eyes away from his nudity and focus on the power of his stance and effect on others.
After the museums we went ...
Percy and his extended family manage a series of hotels, all on the 3rd floor of upscale buildings. Apparently families live in the first and second floors and the third floors have been renovated to 5 or 6 nice rooms with ensuite bathrooms.
They are B&B's with nice breakfast in the morning and as many cappachinos or espressos as you'd care to order.
The Museao Academie houses Michelangelo's David and some interesting unfinished stone ...
... in handling all communication and marketing for the theater. Specifically, Teatro Verdi is the venue that I am working at but the owner of the theater and primary organization that we work for is Orchestra Della Toscana (ORT). Teatro Verdi also rents out the theater to touring shows from popular concerts, to musicals, to ballets, and much more! It runs the gamut and is the most popular theater in Florence since it has such a variety!
I have had quite a few ...
... square for our little picnic lunch and enjoyed the scenery. After all a sight like this we may only get to see it on movies or books.
Arrived at Florence and met our local guide. First stop was none the less, the one and only Academia Gallery where the symbol of Renaissance Man resides - David by Michelangelo. I have seen David a million times on books, magazines and movies but nothing compare to ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed