Podere della Collina
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... located in the center of Italy's Tuscany region. Florence lies on the banks of the Arno River. Florence is the capital city of the province of Florence and the Italian region of Tuscany. The population is approximately 370,000. Florence enjoys a Mediterranean climate characterized by hot humid summers and cool, damp winters. Spring and fall usually offer moderate temperature, perfect for exploring ...
... for several minutes. I comment to Christina how it's weird for Chris to leave like this. --I mean after all, the first night we met he waited for a really long time outside the bathroom as I tried to kill time in case he didn't want to talk to me any longer, giving him an out, and he was still there. So I know Chris is a patient waiter.-- The boys turn up and Chris comments, "Wow that was fast." I said, "Yeah I had already went, and Christina didn't really have to ...
... information to see what we could find. A mile later we found the tourist info however it was closed. But our trip was not in vain as we found a cute sidewalk cafe and soaked up the sun and enjoyed a refreshing drink. Two more trains and we were in Florence, another short walk and we had reached our hostel, The New Hostel Florence. Florence sits in the Tuscan area and is a beautiful city with many beautiful and old churches. Our first stop was of course the tourist ...
... best steak of my life in green peppercorn sauce.....I was in rapture Everyone enjoyed their dinner in silence peppered with happy food sounds and smiles. A bustling packed to the gunnels affair. Obviously locals (singles, couples and families eat here)... If you do land here you must go. See the map to see approx placement. It's actually closer to the front of the daily markets and isn't far from our apartment. (Also marked) Happy tummies....happy sleeps. What a great ...
... fabric. It's simply incredible how this can be achieved from carving away at rock hard marble.
Hercules Beating the Centaur Nessus by Giambologna
Menelaus supporting the body of Patroclus
I think it is absolutely amazing ...