Villa Poggio San Felice
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... We accidentally let it cook for the perfect time. After the pizza, we ate leftover cheese, salami, and bread from the market. Currently, my portion of the fridge consists of two containers of yogurt, half of a bottle of water, and an opened bottle of wine.
After pizza I completed my Italian homework. Pretty proud since it's due Monday. Then, I played Trivia Crack, packed my bag for our upcoming trip to Venice and went to bed.
... District, which has a small population, but because of its Religious significance, the population apparently rises to 5,000.000 over certain times of the year. How their systems cope I don't know. It must be pretty basic. It is there that we visited the Basilica of St Francis.
The Papal Basilica of St. Francis of Assis is the mother church of the Roman Catholic Order of Friars Minor —commonly known as the Franciscan Order ...
In the afternoon again we travelled across the river and up the long hill to Piazzale Michelangelo. It was hot, we were tired, Therese’s blisters were bleeding and we wished that we had a car at this point. The view from the top was beautiful, but we felt the view from the Boboli Gardens was almost as beautiful with much less effort! We took silly photos at the replica of David and people watched for awhile. The stairs really did Thérèse in and we ...
... similar to U.S. highways. In fact, other than not being able to read the signs, I found it to be even easier than driving in Australia. Once we arrived in Florence though, my perspective quickly changed. We hit Florence at about 6:30pm, clearly still their rush hour. In some ways it reminded me of India ... there would be two lanes, but 4 lanes of cars packed into it and motorbikes would fly by in the narrowest of gaps. As we got closer to the hotel the tourists crowded ...
... eastern influence and imposing 13th C mosaic in the apse, decorated inside with magnificent and very large unphotographable 14th C frescoes. Another really beautiful and yet again different church. Then to discover a little back way down behind those gorgeous ochre Tuscan villas to then have a beautiful lunch (for all you foodies, baked ham and Brie on thickly toasted bread, a really different hamburger of fantastic bar- ...