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- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Family rooms
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After dinner, we head out to seek the opera singer that comes to Florence in the summer to perform. I really want to hear her and buy her CDs which are not available online. We search and search the normal spots without any luck whatsoever. On a suggestion, we head to the train station but find nothing. We hop in a taxi back to the Duomo for a night visit before walking back home for a good night's sleep.
Good Night sweet Florence !!!
... and gasps at my stunning ring. Next I attempt to FaceTime my Dad. There's no answer. I call Reg and am so happy he answers! As we both start to get choked up, the freaking phone service drops!! Ah! The Internet restores but not the phone, so I send Reg an email. The next morning Chris and I FaceTime my Dad. He shares in our excitement, oozing with happiness. Overall it couldn't have been any better. It's like a dream, and now Chris calls me FiancÚ and gets this big smile on his face! ...
We arrived in Florence after a long night and day of travel. The tour officially starts tomorrow when we meet our group in the early afternoon. After checking in at our hotel, we headed to the Uffizi Gallery for an evening of sculpture and paintings. It is a beautiful night here tonight. Some of these pictures were taken from the Uffizi rooftop. We then headed to dinner and ...
... tower - are really beautiful.
As we admired the building from all sides, I spotted a Tiger shop which we have in Brighton but I’ve never seen in the North. They sell washi tapes along with other awesome craft and stationary stuff, so I took the opportunity to pop in for a shop, much to Laura’s delight! After I’d had my fill of washi tapes, we headed up towards the Galleria Dell’Accademia, where we had tickets to ...
With our stay in Florence coming to a close, we decided to make the best of it! We started off the day with seeing the famous statue of David! I learned that in person, his head is disproportional to the rest of his body because originally the statue was going to be placed at the bottom of a church so Michelangelo made his head bigger then the rest of his body so when seen from high up ...