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
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... when I realized I got home from Italian class and didn't have my Cooking paper done at all for tomorrow. Neither did Meghan, so we yelled and ran around the apartment to procrastinate while simultaneously trying to get our nerves under control. In the midst of procrastinating by checking Facebook, we somehow spontaneously booked a trip to Morocco. I was scrolling through my feed and came across a pos from ...
... has a sister in law, Elaine, that is an art history guide and she lives in Florence. We emailed her ahead of time and she said to meet her in the Uffizi at 10 am on the day we arrived so we could join her tour.
The train from Bologna was super fast and only took a 1/2 hour. Unfortunately, it was mostly underground in tunnels so we couldn't see much scenery. But it did get us to Florence in time to join the tour, albeit late. ...
... us dry. Thank you Gocomo. He chats with us about life in Italy and what his does and his little boy Andres and finally our airbnb contact comes (he is soaked from riding his bike) and we get the key. The apartment is gorgeous, probably the best one we had stayed in. It is recently renovated and so everything is brand new. We unpack a little and wait for the rain to subside before we even attempt to go to lunch.
Lunch is at a close cafe. The folks here do siestas so a lot of ...
... with the best pizza Ive ever had!! That afternoon I found some wine and laid on the bed and drank it whilst searching somewhere to go out to dinner. I found a local suggestion which turned out to be a quaint little restaurant tucked away in a side street. Other than our authentic meals in Sicily this was the best id had! I had a pear and goats cheese gnocchi, omg best everrrr!! I think even better than the market pasta.. Then we had a big meat thing to share ...
... is decorated with green and white marble in geometric patterns, and looks very similar to the facades of Santa Croce and Santa Maria Novella. After conquering the daunting stairs, then pivoting around to face away from the church, we were stunned by the panoramic view in front of and beneath us. Before our eyes, Florence and its many famous landmarks appeared in all their glory, nestled between our viewing point and ...