Il Molendino bed and breakfast
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... all day: through the Duomo, the local markets and churches smaller than the Duomo. We crossed the Pont a Vecchio which was quite crowded but not too ugly. It started out cool but turned warm and sunny which was perfect for wandering the streets of Florence. A coffee and a gelato gave us extra energy to finish our walking and we even managed a spot of shopping! The taxi picked us up ...
... deafened. Then another series of very steep stairs to the very top and the views are spectacular. They are worth the 379 steps we climbed. Back to ground level and we look in the municipio museum. Lots of displays relating to Siena and some pretty amazing rooms. Back out and we decide to have lunch at one of the ristorantes lining the outside of the piazza. An OK lunch, nothing too special. Then we continue exploring and find our way to the ...
... They performed arias from some of Puccini’s best-known operas and some of Mozart’s. The singers were outstanding and the evening was memorable for us.
An orchestra and choir from Wesley College in Melbourne is travelling in Europe and they had a stop in Lucca. We had first seen them performing at their first stop, Assisi. When we were in the Piazza S Michele on Sunday afternoon we were treated to a performance by them. They were excellent ...
... pictures of the kids pretending to hold up the wall. It currently costs 15 euros (about $20) per person to climb the tower, so around $100 for our family. We didn't pay that much to climb the Eiffel Tower, and I think the lines were longer here, so we decided that a view from outside was just fine.
... museum that was painted blue and it had an exhibit of one of Juniper's favorite artists. We agreed to return tomorrow before leaving Pisa.
So we checked out of our place, lugged our bags across town back to the museum, squeezed what we could into lockers and hoped for the best with the real luggage. Into the exhibit we go, on the first floor were opera costumes from a famous designer, second floor held the paintings Juniper wanted to see. Back in the day, women ...