Giglio Bianco B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
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... I haven't managed to yet, like the Capitoline Museum and the Sistine Chapel.
When night came though, it was my time to show them around. Monday night was Piazza Navona, the Pantheon, the best dinner ever(!) next to the Pantheon, and gelato at Giolitti. Tuesday - a walk through Villa Borghese to the overlook above Piazza del Popolo, down the Spanish Steps, dinner at a great little restaurant on a small side ...
... I was in my early 20's, and took my pillow along for a year's travel! Whenever anyone on the bus got sick they always borrowed my pillow to make themselves feel better!
Now days, I don't take my pillow, but I have a small blue washing bowl that I bought in Amsterdam and I cart that around with me? David threatens to lose it, but I see him doing his washing in it as well as me! Saves spending hours at the laundromat!
... the same street in fact. We were all impressed with our meals, I had mushroom risotto, Zarah had gnocchi ragu and the boys both had ravioli ragu. The red was also fantastic - Ruffno Il Ducale.
We agreed on sight seeing the next day (today) via bicycles...
But when we woke this morning Denham was not well at all... He has a ...
... the Palazzo Medici Riccardi, on Via Cavour, which had been recom-mended in one of our guide books. Built in 1444, this palatial mansion was the home of the Medici, the wealthy banking family who played a prominent role in the economic and political life of Florence during the Renaissance. The courtyard and garden, which are adorned with many sculptures, provide a picturesque reminder of the aesthetic tastes of that ...
... also be attributed to Bernini another major leaguer of sculpture in the next century and a great admirer of M.
The vitality of David was overpowering, not like the copy standing in the Piazza della Signoria, the symbol for the Florentine Republic before the Medicis took power. According to the guide I had on Monday his and the other sculptures there represented political propaganda for the various regimes in power, ...