La Casa Di Zefiro
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... music on St Cecilia's Day. After the concert, I was glad to stand up and stretch, having been cooped up with a large kneeling rail in front of me, and nowhere for my long legs to go. I just hadn't noticed that the whole seating platform was a step higher than the stone floor. Oh dear! **** over tit again! Luckily again only dignity really suffered! We've been to the Bargello Museo, which was a great mix of sculpture, paintings, frescoes and other objects, and San Marco Museo, ...
We dodged the rain today to visit the Bargello Museum. This is one of our favourite Museums in Florence. It has the most amazing sculptors from some amazing people (Michaelangelo, Donattello, Cellini, Giambologna...). We recommend it to everyone visiting Florence. It is also quite small and uncrowded. The Bargello was built in 1255 as the town hall. It is a relatively small brown brick building, set around a beautiful courtyard complete with ...
... by the corner of of the bridges bade us welcome. Out of their available flavours, I chose the Ricotta & Pear, Jenessa picked the Tiramisu. Unfortunately, we discovered later that the Tiramisu was instead, a mousse, which we thought a bit misleading coming from a gelateria. Thankfully, my weird choice of flavour was a smash hit, the sweetness of the pear balancing the creaminess of the cheese.
We also swung by a market place (not the fresh food kind u fortunately, more ...
... while I was here and considered going to a concert but this was so much better. Went home at about 11 and slept very well.
This morning I took the bus to nearby Fiesole to visit the Etruscan and Roman ruins out there. They were really good, they came with a free guide in the form of a tablet computer with videoguide on. Really interesting walking around. Had a sit down lunch of (very tasty) risotto with stewed ...
... could taste the difference. Katie enjoyed the Mure flavour (made from fresh blackberries), while Pamela enjoyed the Pesche flavour, which is peach (you have to make sure to pronounce it properly, otherwise you would end up getting fish). It was a perfect respite from the 40 degree heat. We then meandered slowly through the streets of our neighbourhood (stopping to laugh at a dog who ran away from its owner to get out of the heat and took cover in a hair ...