Il Giglio Rosso
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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We left this morning on our day trip to Pisa and Lucca. While the leaning tower and the cathedral are impressive and should really be seen, we thought Pisa a bit bland which we had been forwarned of. It seemed we were passing through a suburb until we reached the site of the world famous tower. We marveled at the tower and had lunch before entering the cathedral with a timed ticket for ...
On the way to Florence we stopped off at Pisa to see the tower. It was boiling hot but we had a picnic in the shade nearby. The tower was a bit smaller than we expected but it sure was leaning. When we got into Florence we dropped off our stuff to go on a walking tour with a very strange guide. It was still so hot so we stopped at every ...
... time. 7 shots for €12 was a best rate of the night. Sadly it closed at 2 am so we were off to go find the gay bar. Google maps took us directly to another rock bar. I was pleased. I eventually got tired and remembered there was a curfew so when the other ladies couldn't manage to leave after 30 mins of saying they were leaving, I decided to go walking to find a taxi. It was a lovely evening walk. I made it back just before curfew, the girls did not. I warned the man ...
... prettier than the English ones we have given them.
Was it really time to go? We easily found our way to the hostel and walked the few blocks to the train station. Once again there was not much to choose from in the way of food but we had eaten such a late lunch we were going to be fine. We would be back in Roma by about 8:00 p.m. and thought we could get to the Friary and maybe even go out for one last meal.
All of this went according to plan. ...
... they also were Aussie! Our cooking class started by making the soufflé. Once that spooned into the dishes it was put in the freezer. We then continued to make an eggplant, tomato, and mozzarella appetizer that was layered like a lasagna. We made gnocchi, ravioli with ragout and crumbed chicken with hollandaise sauce. After cooking we sat and chatted before our food was then brought out dish after dish. Our five course meal was concluded with the ...