La Casa Di Zefiro
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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... The garden was attached to a castle that was once owned by a well known, powerful family; the Medcins. We got tickets to see everything. The gardens were huge, and while austere compared to Versailles, was still very grand. It took us over an hour and half to see all the gardens. After the gardens we saw the porcelain museum (as lame as it sounds), the costume exhibit (actually really cool), the ...
The Sinterklaas Party at Eric and Clair's was fun; Eric told us about Christmas customs in the Netherlands and showed us a video of the celebration. Sinterklaas, dressed in red Bishop's robes, enters the city on a barge on December 5. He travels with his servants (Black Peters) who keep track of who's been naughty or nice and rewards children's wooden shoes accordingly. Traditional Pepernot (spice cookies) and other Dutch Sinterklaasfeest treats were served and we enjoyed a fun ...
... at Flinders University for Medical School !!!!!
That afternoon I went for a walk with Rachel and Jess to eat some traditional gelato and have a look at the Michaelangelo's David in the main square of the city.
Although I didn't exactly get up to much in Florence, I really enjoyed the company from our new friends Storm and Jess, and seeing Mia again ! ...
... later on (& Wendy bought a couple of leather bags, for her and her Ash] We then proceeded on to visit the Basilica of Santa Croce to view the cathedral and wandered our way over to Palazzo Vecchio to see the statue of David by Michelangelo ( actually an exact replica as the original has been moved inside the museum at San Marco to preserve it) Along side the statue of David is also a statue of Hercules ( apparently very much disliked by the locals as it is ...
... recommendation of somewhere to stop during the next day's drive to Spoleto (more on that later). Then Annie and I reunited to wander through the Mercato Centrale. Heaps of fresh vegetables and cheeses, cured meats, truffle oil (!), fresh fish (still swimming in tanks until you choose one to take home) - I could have spent all day in here! After picking up some parmesan, salame, and prosciutto for the road we had a quick ...