Pian d'Ercole Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... year's trip. That was quite fun. And then found the square. And queued for a ticket into Santa Croce. Best 6 Euro I have ever spent! I wandered around. Beautiful church. Then I tagged along with a tour group. ( I do that quite often ... you just have to pick an English speaking tour.) I was so glad I did. We headed outside ... ( me pretending I wasn't listening to a word he said.) And he pointed out a small plaque 4.7 metres up on a wall. That was how high the water ...
... to find I was the first and only person there. Even the guard smiled 'yep all yours for a few minutes' Spent a while looking at the 12th century mosaics, the devil devouring florentine souls is particularly nice "oh no not souls for tea again"... The outside is all under scaffolding, I think the Italians just sheet stuff up so that you have to come back. The cathedral is a confection of ...
... horrible. We find a little restaurant and get a pasta each. Yum. After we've eaten we feel a little better so we wander around and find a whole lot of markets to look at. We wander for an hour or so but as it's getting dark and cold and places are closing up we go back to the room. We hang around and spend time on our phones/iPad as there isn't much to do. We aren't tired or hungry and after a few hours it's 9pm and we don't know what to do! We have a chat ...
... the cutest little Fiat convertible to drive to the Outlet Mall. Yes, I said outlet mall. The stores were a little more upscale though. Gucci, Fendi, Armani and the likes. Needless to say I only bought a couple of things but the people I bought them for should be very happy! Now back to that cute little Fiat. We met with a friend of Charlie's that worked at the mall and he suggested that we take a ride to Sienna. What ...
... again. This time we were headed to the Fiesole, another area looking down into the city of Florence. This is also the hills where it is said that Da Vinci tested his helicoptors. Next we walked by the Basilica di Satna Croce. From there we walked to the Piazza Signoria. This is where David was originally. Today there is a beautiful fountain of Neptune along with many other sculptures. Today it is considered an outside museum.
Next we went the Uffizi ...