Villa Il Crocicchio
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... from Florence to Rome and then to the airport. I did this online weeks ago. In retrospect I was too ambitious in that I had only a fifteen minute gap between the two trains. I'd always known it would be tight but I hadn't allowed for the first one to run late. In fact we didn't get to Rome until after the second was scheduled to depart. I wasn't phased by this as I planned to seek help because I needed to print out and then validate a paper ticket. I didn't have a clue how ...
And yet they do. In fact two lads sat on the platform edge with their legs stretched out in the track... Until one of the rail staff crossed the lines and told them not too. I don't know what it is about Italy but there's a lot of a waving and shouting but even the worst wino doesn't throw a punch - apparently it's considered the height of ill ...
... in and the gallery wasn't heaving like the vatican. You walk in and there's some really nice stuff around, proper art unlike the rubbish in siena; and in the next room I went in there were some amazing unfinished michelangelo statues. They were good because it was half a masterpiece and you could see what the people in them might have ended up like. I was so occupied looking at these it was only when I glanced up at the rest of the room did I see ...
... 30th July 2013:
“The Statue of David was absolutely stunning to see. Seriously, one of the best pieces of art I have ever seen. And it was massive! It towered over us. Again, camera’s were forbidden, which sucked, but it was still really good to see. I also got some postcards of it, and send on to Uncle David and Sara, hopefully they’re find it funny with my little comment 'Saw too much David here ...
... sightseeing is best done early.
I think the most impressive thing yesterday was what Florence looked like on a wet and stormy day. The Duomo is absolutely awe inspiring. It appears so massive against the medieval buildings. They still don't allow skyscrapers in the city, so it is still the landmark to be seen everywhere. It was built so large to hold all of Florentines in the city of the ...