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Thread: Marriage Proposal....

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    Default Marriage Proposal....

    Hey All.

    New to the forum and seeking some major help and advice.

    Me and my girlfriend are visiting Florence from May 6th until May 9th this is firstly a surprise for her birthday but also.... I plan to ask her to marry me.

    I’m after some advice and help on where would be a great setting to ask the question ?

    If anyone knows of any student photographers that could take photos of the moment I ask and her reaction.

    And then a nice place to eat and celebrate with a drink afterwards.

    Any help and advice will be great.

    Regards

    Joshua

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    craigmillar is offline Senior Member - Expert about Tuscany
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    Joshua

    I have three wonderful locations:

    - Hotel Villa San Michele, Fiesole - https://www.belmond.com/hotels/europ...a-san-michele/. The main building was designed by Michelangelo and has a magnificent view over Florence. The wonderful gardens (especially in May) would be ideal for a marriage proposal followed by dinner at the La Loggia restaurant (outside but covered). This is, of the three, the most spectacular but is undoubtedly the most expensive option and having a photographer present may be problematic (best to clear with the hotel first).

    - Piazzale Michelangelo followed by dinner at Il Loggiato - https://loggiapiazzalemichelangelo.com/ The views over the city are superb and in early May you should be able to eat outside (but covered). Making a proposal in Piazzale Michelangelo would almost be a public event and more than likely many will photo and video the event with subsequent Facebook, Youtube etc postings. Easily reachable from the city for yourselves and the photographer.

    - Fiesole - when you arrive in the main square of Fiesole take the short walk up to the Convento di San Francesco. There are excellent views over the city and it is a great place to see the sunset (good excuse!). Afterwards you can dine back down in the square at Perseus Fiesolano - http://www.casatrattoria.com/ristora...edium=referral - related to the original Perseus down in Florence so the steaks are superb or Terrazza 45 - http://www.terrazza45.it/home.html. This latter restaurant has a terrace with views over the city and offers more vegetarian options.

    As far as a student photographer is concerned I don't know of anyone but will make some enquiries.

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