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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Family rooms
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... found one of the "must sees" from Rick Steves – Carli’s jewelers, with a rare store front that when closed you see a T-shaped arrangement and when opened it folds into display cases. The design dates from when the merchant sold goods in the front, did the work in the back, and lived upstairs.
As we continued down the pedestrian-only street lined with shops, we marveled at this charming town – and oo’d and ...
... 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 ...
... our Hotel Bruneieschi (Wait… isn’t he the guy who built the Doumo that Grant is now an expert on!?) and were so grateful that our room was ready for us. This place was created within a circular Byzantine tower and a Medieval Church and even served as a prison at one time. During renovations ancient ruins were found so there is a Museum in the lower floors showing what they found below the hotel and in one part of the hotel if you look down ...
... We bought a cake and a coffee and stood at the bar to enjoy them. We tried to sneak a couple of photos - I don't think they necessarily thought this was appropriate so we were trying to be discreet. We walked up the Via del Tornabuoni past some of the famous fashion houses (Armani, Gucci, Versace) and then we headed toward the central railway station. We stopped at a bar and had a beer and then we went ...
After the Accademia, a quick stroll over to grab lunch where the best lasagna I have ever had was served. Don't know what made it so great because it was a very simple meat lasagna but wow...another great meal!
Post lunch we headed to the Uffizi for a tour to see some of the master works of the Renaissance period. If you have never been to Italy, this museum is a must ...