Palazzo Vecchietti Suites And Studios
How has this villa rated in the past?
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
TripAdvisor Reviews Palazzo Vecchietti Suites And Studios Florence
Travel Blogs from Florence
... 16th and 17th centuries. We didn't say anything to each other at the time, but secretly we had both thought we were "done" when we sat down for lunch so this "bonus" section of the Ufizzi caught us a little by surprise. We picked up a few baubles from the store and made our way back on to the streets, noting the time at 12:45.
On Mom's wish list for the day was 1) lunch, 2) shopping, and 3) David. We tackled those in that ...
... tower and how it was built in sections by three different builders with the first builder walking away when he discovered it was leaning, the next builder trying to rectify the lean by building the columns on one side slightly longer and the last erecting the top section. The tower therefore is in a shape of a banana! Then we were informed how over a number times they have tired to stabilize it, but in the end the grandeur of the site is ...
... of bruschetta mista and this was by far my favorite place for it. I was pretty adventurous and tried all the weird kinds too. There was one that was a brown pate looking colour and I found out it was chicken liver. Our tour guide said it was a traditional kind in Tuscany, so, of course that meant I had to try it. It was pretty good and savory and Brittany was shocked I actually liked it. The other adventurous kind I liked was the kind with shaved fat on top. ...
... sticky (sticky = not real grappa because sugar has been added), and then smell your hands, they smell like raisins! I don't know if smelling the raisins did it, but her grappa was much gentler than Dario's, you could actually taste the grape. We should have bought some. She also showed us how she makes bread with the wheat they grow and perfume. P and I bought a bottle of Chianti to take home before leaving.
Our final stop was Greve in Chianti, where we had ...
... 8.5 on my gelato - I won't lie I picked it back up and scraped off the part that landed on the gravel and ate the rest.. It was still so delicious and I'm still alive!!
The three of us just sat back and watched the locals go on about their daily life, absorbing the vibe and the culture - the area reminded me of Glebe with the markets and street vendors.
We walked to the Museum to see the Statue of David designed by the Great Michael Angelo.
It really ...