Podere della Collina
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Primavera. I listened intently to the audioguide so I am now a little more informed.
The dominican basilica was built as a place for prayer liturgy and preaching
Typical shape of a domenican church - latin crossMajor restructure following the coucil of trent ending in 1563 Reasserted a number of dogmas one of ehich was with regards to the importance centrality of the ...
... mountains around Florence for spectacular views of Venice and the mountain villas. The smells and scenes were fantastic and I think we got some amazing pictures. We didn't get back to the room until after 7 and headed for dinner at our favorite spot down the street from our hotel. We had the best tasting cream spaghetti dish and a chicken dish with a very tasty cream sauce.....oh yummy! If we lived here we would both be huge!
Great day, off to Venice on the train ...
Before reading this blog, be aware that it is written more as a memory for me than for other's entertainment. We will try to post our blog about our activities and highlights soon. Hope everyone is well back home :)
Every year millions of people travel to Florence to see the great art of the Renaissance that she holds in any one of her famous museums. Others come to fulfil religious desires as they pray in one of her many churches. Some come for her food, many come ...
... nearby and GG demolished the meal I'd had the first night, seems he was looking forward to trying it! Picture a chaff thrasher and spaghetti and you'll get the idea!
I think the gelato I had for dessert (yes guys I had gelato!) might have upset my tummy a bit too, well it couldn't have been the beer or the fettucini and mushrooms could it?
So we discovered a new wrinkle about the Metro in Milan, not only ...
... br> From there we walked through the neighborhood where Dante once lived and onto the Piazza della Signoa (another one of THE piazzas in Florence). The statues in this piazza, including a replica of Michelangelo's David, are amazing. The Piazza della Signora also fronts the Ufizzi, a museum filled with the most beautiful Renaissance paintings and sculpture. Add to this the people and Palazza Vecchio - it's hard not to be overwhelmed. Taking a tip ...