Il Giglio Rosso
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... and Palazzo Vecchio so that the Medicis and high dignitaries at the time could pass between their two palaces without the need to go outside and mingle with the commoners. Inside is covered in artwork - it is possible to organise tours to walk a small section of the corridor, this would have been quite cool, however we didn't really have time. Through a couple more small streets, this time lined with a random eclectic mix of small cafés and independent clothes ...
... may take the elevator up then walk up stairs into the domed area. St Carl’s is smaller but having done that already, and Sunny being unable to walk I think we will skip that hike.
Still another day with no luggage or fresh clothes. Lufthansa is saying that they do not know where my bag is and on the site to trace it the site says it is still being traced. The tour leader spoke with someone who told her I may buy some emergency clothes and they will pay ...
Finally seeing the famous capital of Tuscany, I arrived just a few days ...
... asparagus risotto
-Crepes (flat sheets of pasta). One was stuffed with ricotta and the other with mushrooms
-Padella with guinea fowl
This was a really nice meal. Uncle Chris dressed nice in his Mexx plaid shirt, Auntie Sandra wore her nice swishy skirt (she liked to remind us how swishy her skirt was throughout the evening), Jenna's wore nice white capris with a pink lace top and I wore.....capris and a tank top? Ya...It was from the Gap, nothing fancy. We had ...
... and a pink sunset. We quiet enjoyed our hotel clerk, an older gentlemen who was very relaxed and funny. The hotel was good except for the street traffic that woke us up numerous times in the night. It was too loud so after two nights we decided to switch it up, but not until we experienced night life in the city center. We walked until we saw a cool place to have a drink. Low and behold, it was an American bar, so mainly tourists and all english speaking people were in there. We had ...