De' Benci Bed and Breakfast in Firenze
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... for the cooking class. I had gone too far and ended up in the Fashion building, which scared the **** out of me since I thought I had known exactly where I was. I asked around and finally found my way to 43 around 2:49- only four minutes after the meeting time, and the cooking group had already left for the Mercato. I was certainly annoyed/scared that I was confident in getting there on time, but it didn't work out so well. Finally, a girl in the class came through with ...
... awesome shopping so we spent some time looking through shops with locally made clothes, shoes, bags and alot more.
In the late afternoon we made the climb up the hill to Piazzale Michelangiolo to watch the sunset. It was absolutely beautiful up there with panoramic views of the city, musicians and we even saw a wedding. A fantastic way to end a great day in a beautiful part of the world.
... drink at and use their restrooms before we had to get back on the bus. The scenery around Tuscany is so beautiful and other than the buildings it reminds me of NZ. The campground we are staying at is ammmmazing, everyone's saying it's like the summer camp off Dirty Dancing. There are huge swimming pools, supermarket, shops, a doctor, mini golf etc and the cabins are ...
... while the church was open to the public. The church was originally commissioned to be designed by Michelangelo but was taken over by another architect. The art and sculptures in the church were unique and somewhat haunting. The next day was reserved mostly for sight-seeing, traveling on the "on and off" bus. Our first stop for the day was the Colosseum. I was so excited to see this, probably the most anticipated thing for me in Rome aside from the Sistine Chapel. The ...
... It took about 45 minutes to get to Florence and the 3 of us took a nap and truth be told I was feeling a bit nauseous! We made it to our Hotel, The Residence Michel and Giolo, and dropped the car off and walked towards the city! We made our way to a bike touring company where loaded about 30 of us in mini vans and took us up to a vineyard and castle! We spent about an hour touring the vinyard and castle while the guides ...