Giglio Bianco B&B
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... not to be missed is the Duomo, the medieval cathedral adjacent to the Leaning Power, the Baptistery and the Camposanto, an elaborate cemetery, which also comprises the piazza. All the buildings were designed in the distinct Pisan style of alternating gray and white stone.
Our tour was the Best of Florence & Pisa, which had us on a journey to Florence, the jewel of the Renaissance, for ...
... seems slightly flustered by their presence. I'm concerned how this could be imposing on his plans but try not to act phased. All of us girls are admiring the bride's gown, commenting on the beautiful lace and it's sparkly finish. The wedding party retires to the restaurant, and the sun continues to set--like it's barely up anymore! It starts to get chilly, and my hopes of Chris proposing begin to dwindle. Therefore I decide it's not going to happen, and I might as ...
Today i am off to visit the Leaning Tower of Pisa and a very adorable vineyard. First stop Leaning Tower of Pisa, I got on a bus because I had no clue where I was going and I wasn't going to risk getting lost cause I had a packed full day of exciting stuff. Once I got there I hope of the bus and went straight to the point were ...
... completed the final leg of our journey to Florence. We arrive at Milan at about 11.30 and we had a bit of time to kill before we got our train at 1.15pm to Florence. The ceilings of Milan station are impressive with frescos painted on the ceilings. Cost to use the toilet at a public like this - one euro. Cost of a meal deal at Burger King about 8 euros. This leg was as bad as the others as far as luggage was concerned and being frustrated with other passengers who ...
... due to the crazy Italian drivers! You would think every Fiat driver is behind the wheel of a Ferrari (or so they think)!
Once we arrived in Firenze, we parked the car at Piazzale Michelangelo, a large square top lot overlooking all of the city. The panoramic views of Firenze were breathtaking. After much admiration of the city, Jason and I ventured down to Piazza Poggi on the south side of the Arno River to begin our 30-minute walk to the ...