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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Fiore Cathedral which is the third largest cathedral in the world after St. Peters Basilica in Rome and St. Pauls in London. It was built in the late Roman times between 4th and 5th century AD. The magnificent Dome was built by Filippo Brunelleschi while the campanile was partly designed by the artist Giotto.
We walked to Florence’s famous bridge. The medieval Ponte Vecchio Bridge spans the Arno River at ...
... decided that it was time to turn round, and reversed back slightly up the slope and into the entrance of a olive grove. Lesson 101 - always check the terrain you are reversing in to. As I went to pull back out and head back up hill the back wheels just spun and spun. I wasn't budging anywhere! After half a minute or so I realised I was just going to make the situation worse if I kept trying and needed to come up with a plan b. As I slowly let Lily roll back, ...
... I was on land, Claire slept in to recover, and then decided to pamper herself a little. She had her hair cut and finger nails redone. This alone helped her to feel a little better and more glamorous.
After dinner we attended a concert in the Showroom by a solo performer Siobhan Phillips, an Irish singer and comedian. She largely had the backing of an onboard band called the HALCats, however played the piano to accompany herself at times. ...
... we boarded a ferryboat that went to all of Cinque Terre (Italian for "five lands"). Porto Venere, though very pretty, is not considered one of the Cinque Terre cities. From the boat, it looked like the entire coast was mountains, going straight into the water. No beaches at all. Much of the mountain side had vineyards, and very isolated houses.
Our boat stopped to let people off at all five Cinque Terre towns, but our group ...
... had another pleasant rail journey to Pisa, eating some sarnies on the way.
We got to Pisa about 2pm and walked about 2 miles across the Arno in the heat pulling our cases till we found our hotel. It was in an ideal location, a couple of doors back from the infamous tower. We got to our room to find builders materials in it, so we had an upgrade to another room, with a jacuzzi bath that didn't work! We were told about the rooftop terrace and that it had no bar, so were ...