Antico Borgo San Lorenzo
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... carved into the façade, and a bronze door. You walk up hill along narrow streets lined with restaurants and shops to reach the cathedral.
I had lunch with Betty, from Northern Ireland, at a café on the piazza. We met everyone at 4:00 to drive back to the hotel. I had dinner with a couple from Scotland and the two long-time friends (Sue and ??) from UK/South Africa. I wish I could hear and understand more of the ...
Day 271 3 hrs, 2.7 kms Next morning I've got a full day to get back to Firenze, so I'm going to squeeze as many towns in as I can before I bid farewell to Tuscany. Starting with the quiet little town of Poggibonsi, taking its time to wake up on this Sunday morning. Take a stroll up the alleys then find a spacious park at the edge of the forest to ...
Took the train to Florence the other day (june 4th), arrived with plenty of time to walk around the town a bit before dinner. Yesterday we got to see Michaelangelo square and got to the city view point just in time before the rain started. Today we got to see the Duomo and the Pitti Palace with all of the Palatine Galleries. Now as much as I love museums (especially art ones)...*cough*not*cough* this day was one of Zach's favourites in Italy so ...
... kid. So today, we tuned into Rick's commentary on the gallery and walked around enjoying the paintings and sculpture. We had an ear bud splitter on Bryn's iPod; Bryn and I shared a pair of ear buds, and Camden used the splitter for his. We were quite a sight trying to maneuver among the crowds. Bryce was keeping tabs on Ethan who preferred a more wandering and ...
... at 7 for the time slot we had booked in to avoid the lines. Feeling fresh after our siestas we ventured back out for another dose of culture at the Academia Museum. The main reason we all wanted to go was to see the real 'David' sculpture by Michaelangelo; and we weren't disappointed. It is breathtaking in real life and the detail in the sculpture is incredible! Very amazing, worth paying the entry fee just to see that. We spent the rest of the evening eating gelato and ...