Il Giglio Rosso
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... was soooo creepy, funny, scary, and weird all at the same time! After I did a little shopping with Gabi and Allie, and then took a nice nap! I did get some homework done between my nap and then dinner, and then the rest of the night was very ...
... Foscolo, Gentile and Rossini, thus it is known also as the Temple of the Italian Glories (Tempio dell'Itale Glorie). In short amazing. The top of the church is simple wooden struts, typical Franciscan, but inside what treasures are hid! Our COI tour included ... Walking tour of Florence including the Ponte Vecchio, the amazing Florence Duamo, Piazza della Signoria and a visit to the Fine Arts Academy to see one of the most famous works of ...
... you rub the snout to ensure a return trip. The other thing you do is put a coin in its mouth. The coin must then fall out into the fountain grate below and you will have good luck. Of course we did both. :) Our final stop was the famous, ah..there I go again, Ponte Vecchio bridge. The neatly 1000 year old bridge was the only bridge not destroyed in Florence during WWII. Today, like a large part of downtown Florence, it is full of high ...
... rain or shine. We walked up all 414 steps through a teeny tiny stairwell (you had to stop and turn sidewise to let oncoming people past). The upside to the rain...there was no lineup and the stone stairwell with teeny tiny windows didn't get too hot. The view was great, but unfortunately we didn't get to enjoy it for too long thanks to the rain. After that, we spent our morning trying to walk to different sites ...
I started the day with a run to Pizzale Michelangelo. Then we wandered over to Piazza Pitti to go to a cafe I'd read about - JT Cafe. We had the American breakfast which was a poached egg on a croissant, bacon, cheese and salad, a coffee and freshly squeezed orange juice. It was pretty good, but I felt a bit queasy afterwards. We sat on the steps of the church is Piazza S. Spirito for a while, enjoying the sun and people watching. Then we went back to ...