Florence Old Bridge B&B
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... to get ready for our trip to Madrid. I talked to mom and Keegan on FaceTime really late before I went to bed so that I could see them before I got on the plane. I always feel like I should, especially if I know I'm going to be gone for awhile. Dad wasn't around so I was sad I didn't get to say hi to him, but I was able to talk to him the next time so it was fine. I packed my stuff and went to bed, ready for the early travel day tomorrow.
... a bigger home with a garden across the river, so he built her one and then had connecting enclosed bridges and tunnels made between them for easy access. He'd also ride his horse inside his house, up the stairs, and through those connected passageways to get there even faster! Next to the hall is a very nearly perfect replica statue of David which is located exactly where the original was placed by Michelangelo. I call him Cheap David because the genuine statue ...
... staff bought us small glasses and a carafe of limoncello – there is no end to the hospitality in Italy. It is really a wonderful culture.
The Galileo Museum is just a step or two from our apartment and as it has a science focus we had to go. It’s in a building which dates from 1180. Yep, 1180! This bit is from the website: 'it is one of the foremost international institutions in the History of Science, combining a noted museum of ...
... around here?!) followed by being greeted by a lovely (but weird) lady and man behind a reception desk.
After checking in, I was kindly escorted to my room by both of them (?!) to which they explained how to open the balcony door, to ensure the air conditioner was turned off when I left the hotel room, and then followed by being asked “Why did you book a room with a queen sized bed?”
Umm… have you seen the size of me weirdo’s? ...
4. Portable seat--this can be a cane that also has a seat built in or can be like the great freebie I got my first week in Florence--a small metal folding seat with cloth in the middle. This is really handy when waiting for buses or trains that take a long time coming--I have used mine a lot.
5. Comfortable shoes--As many of you know, I love colorful and unusual shoes, but more important is to have a couple of pair of especially comfortable ones (actually ...