De' Benci Bed and Breakfast in Firenze
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- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... see the Duomo poking way out of Florence, the Arno River, the Ponte Vecchio, and all of greater Florence. We hiked back down before it got terribly dark and had gelato before Rificolona started --- Rificolona is a lantern parade where kids walk through the streets of Florence with homemade (or store-bought) lanterns lit up on sticks following a band --- it was definitely a cool experience to see. By about 8:45 we were getting hungry for dinner and me, Erin, Katie, ...
... paintings in the Gallery before we came to the entrance to the Vasari Corridor. We walk the path that the Medici family once walked, from their offices to their home at the Pitti Palace without ever setting foot on the street. The Pitti palace was built/renovated in part because a Medici, Cosimo I, married Eleonora from Toledo, Spain. When she saw his home, the Palazzo Vecchio, she was not pleased because it didn’t have a garden. So as ...
... we decided to eat at the first place we saw which was right next to the Duomo (which we will be visiting tomorrow.) It was just ok, but we figured it was just because it was in a touristy place. We watched the sunset on the bridge to our flat which overlooked Ponte Vecchio and called it an early night.
We were back in full gear today. We got ready and headed out and had some coffee and croissants at a little cafe. We then ...
... Terre but never got to try it. So when I saw that there was a dish with pesto in the menu, I jumped on it. I think pesto is all right, it's a bit too strong for my liking. It kind of has a garlicky taste and I'm not a fan of garlic. The gnocchi was very tangy, but it made me full very quickly.
The pasta that Ivy ordered.
My secondo is potato and cheese. ...
... in the Leonardo room. We have a breakfast room where Patt mastered Cappuccino in only about an hour. Garibaldi comes for breakfast every day. Found a great place down the street for lunch on Via Romano and everyone had soup, bean and farro for some, minestone and ribolletto w/ bread. After lunch visited the lavenderia which, between the token machine, soap machine, washer and dryer cost about twice what it should. Finally figured it out and good to have clean ...