De' Benci Bed and Breakfast in Firenze
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... Ramjets proton energy pills. Mental note to take on long bike rides.
The town hall and Duomo (main church) were eerily similar to FLorence's. Apparently the Duomo was expanded many centuries ago but the work abandoned when it started collapsing around them. So today it is a church will a couple of walls growing off the side.
The piazza is huge, oddly shaped and sloped. Which makes for what must be a very dangerous and exciting horse race (la Palia).
... tipple. In the evening, we went to a nearby family owned restaurant in the hills where the owner chef gave a cooking demonstration of risotto and a beautiful grape dessert. Dinner ended up being about 6 courses and the wine continued to flow all night. Very good chianti! Lots of singing on the coach on the way back to the hotel. Another great day. Heading to Roma ...
... to the entry area. Luca prepares us for what we are about to see when we turn the corner. Wow, to see the square with the leaning tower and the church with the Bascilica was more than I expected. You see the leaning tower in media shots every now and then but to see it in real life is very special. We spend our time looking around and taking heaps of photos. Time is up and we have to start to make our way back to the ship which was about a 45 min ...
... to meet with our local guide for the morning. She took us on a two-hour walking tour of Florence. Florence is a very interesting city, with such great history with some of Italy’s most famous and influential including Michelangelo, Galileo, Foscolo and Rossini.
On our tour we visited the Statue of David (the fake one), Ponte Vecchio, the Medici Palace, Piazza del Duomo, the Duomo Cathedral, Basilica Santa Croce, Giotto’s Bell Tower, the ...
... Davidson convention in Rome last week They said it was loud and there were about 180,000 people there. That would have definitely been a sight to see! Kind of weird to think that centuries ago people use to have chariots and now they have Harley's. Julius Caesar to Sons of Anarchy.
We toured a villa in Tuscany, the house where Machiavelli was exiled to and wrote The Prince, and two wineries. Amazing wine and amazing views. It was about a six hour trip and having wine in ...