Travel Blogs from Empoli
... spent the night there, which I though will be really painful, but it was more then OKE! We slept a little like chaves (haha) and than had night-lunch, something like muffins and coffee, music kept us company. Our noses were still stuck and running, so it was a bit rough to survive, but we did it. And we were lucky our flights were just 20 minutes different, so we didn't need to stay by ourselves and get bored or something!
All in all, it was really amazing holidays, all around Northern Italy (:
... nessuno di noi finito il nostro, ma
erano davvero buono! Poi
siamo andati in farmacia dal mio appartamento e ho ottenuto alcuni
prodotti e fatto amicizia con il farmacista lý, che mi ha dato un
lipgloss gratuiti e un po 'di lozione gratuita. Score! Poi siamo andati da un parrucchiere e ho avuto un po 'di shampoo e balsamo. Il ragazzo era anche molto bello e ha scelto uno shampoo solo per me e tutto il resto. Quando siamo tornati a casa mia, uno ...
... be stopped?) Crazy day! I was out for 9 hours with just the quick lunch stop. I'd like to say that after returning to my hotel I fell asleep before heading back out for dinner - but that would never happen to me. Today I had a quieter morning of strolling and exploring before a tour to the Chianti region. It was a big group - my first touristy coach approach. It had its benefits, such as a chance to witness the gorgeous views of the Tuscan country side. Every turn is a scene for ...
... for anything, which makes things really fun. We’ve been able to do so many things that I would have never done if I weren’t here. Keeping an open mind while studying abroad is so important because there are so many different opportunities available that you wouldn’t be able to do/think to do if you were anywhere else. I literally haven’t said no to anything while I’ve been here just because I know that I might never have the chance to do ...
... it actually falling over. You will see from the photo that Kim actually stopped the tower from falling over.
After our quick detour to Pisa, we headed for Florence. The Hotel David where we are staying is a former luxury multi storey residence with marble flooring, very high ceilings and antique furniture and furnishings everywhere. We feel like Italian royalty staying here, but someone has to do it.
Florence was originally ...
How has this villa rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed