Villa Il Crocicchio
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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So we decided where to go ish! We got the train to La Spezia! It was only a 2 hour train with quick swap in Pisa so not to bad! We got off and had a walk around it was a nice town with a massive marina. One section was full of military vessels, so I was joking it's the anti migrant squad!! After a while we realised la spezia wasn't the place we believed so searched up on google and the area we were looking for was only a 20 minute train away so again jumped on and went for it. The ...
... our appetizers and head on foot To Nina and Archie's what turns out to be Amazing apartment, all white marble and striking old furnishings Family portraits on the wall We put out our snack spread, break open the red wine and enjoy While the 1/2 turkey bakes in the tiny oven Finally, selfies using Georgia's new "selfie pole" (explained above) A prayer and then toasts to family and our lucky lives and peace on earth Dinner and a walk for Gelato Florence, day 2, ...
... but none are for our busses. Finally, there is a man in a ticket office (eating lunch) but we ask how to catch a number 12 bus. We apparently need to catch a 14 and get off at a piazza. But his accent was so strong that even after he repeated four times, we were still not quite sure. We went to the stop for number 14 and checked out the listing of the stops and there are only two piazzas on the list, we think we find the one he said so catch the bus and watch ...
... br> Florence is the capital city of the Tuscany region, is famous for its arts and culture and is considered the birthplace of the Renaissance. Built inside medieval walls, you really could imagine Leonardo Da Vinci, Donatello and Michelangelo wandering the streets and having a lovely cappuccino on the Piazza della Signoria, just like we did!
This place oozes art and sculptures. Everywhere you ...
Today is an odd sort of Christmas for us, being away from home feels a little strange and we miss family very much, but Florence has been calm and quiet today. Started out the morning with a walk through town, being our last full day here we figured we better see as much as we can. On our 10 kilometer walk we discovered that pretty much everything was closed. There were a few shops ...