Villa Poggio San Felice
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... Florence was amazing with grand buildings, and busy with a million tourists. Seemed like everyone wanted to sell Tim something! After a great day exploring, we had trouble finding our car. We thought that we parked in Piazza Michaelangelo, however, once got their we realized that we were no where near our car. That's our lesson of the day; always take a photo of the street you park on. 45 min later, we found it. ...
... sticks saying "selfie selfie selfie" we would reply with SELFIE SELFIE SELFIE and keep walking. There were also tents full of fake Chanel hand bags and fake Marc Jacobs watches. We got to Pisa sweating our asses off, took the photo and went to find the bathroom. It was 50 cents to go!!!! So everyone decided since we have to pay to use the toilet we may as well make the most of it (aka they all did their AGB) hahahaha. Oh I forgot to write that in Monte Carlo there was a ...
... the same carriage in which we sat so it went fairly smoothly.
We took a taxi to our accommodation, Home in Florence, and B&B booked through Expedia. The room was well decorated and the two guys that run the place seem to put some care into it. For dinner we followed a suggestion from a book Anita had given me and found an Osteria Santo Spririto in Piazza Santo Spirito. This piazza was full of eating places and really buzzing. We ...
Firenze...what a city! The artwork, the architecture, the history...it is hard not to be overwhelmed by it all. We purchased the Uffizi Museum card which allows you unlimited access to the major museums and we are enjoying the freedom of coming and going without waiting in lines. This afternoon, Luke went back in to the Uffizi for another view and he was one of the only visitors with some of the most famous masters.
Katie has ...
... and in a fantastic central position - about 200m from the Duomo. We checked in and went for a wander. The Duomo is an impressive masterpiece that is part Neo Renaissance, part Gothic architectural styles. It also is a very handy landmark to help us to find our way home from various parts of the town centre. We decided to make our way to Palazzo Vecchio but after some..err...creative map reading...we ended up at the opposite end of town. ...