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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Travel Blogs from Limite Sull'Arno
... roll than a bike ride. All of us pretended to complain about not getting to do any physical work afterward, but I think that a post-toast coast down the hill was exactly what all of us needed at that point.
The next day, our bourgeois bender continued with an Italian cooking class. We spent the day making ravioli from scratch, a delicious bread and vegetable salad, grilled pork chops, and eggplant parmesan. All this washed down ...
... bags, etc. They've attempted to recreate a Tuscan village, complete with stream running through the centre. I did purchase a couple of items of warmer clothes, but my one carry bag left me feeling a relative failure when I returned on the next available shuttle. Others were clutching several bags in each hand, like kids returning from the Melbourne Show!! By the time I've loaded some photos, it will be time for our dinner tonight at.... You guessed. Osteria Santo Spirito. More from me next ...
... soon back on the bus, exhausted. We had walked our little legs off; we had seen il Duomo 3 times, Neptune and David three times and Ponte Vecchio twice. Luckily Florence is such a compact city it can be done easily; just not so easily in this heat. I have now downloaded Dan Brown’s Inferno book for Tegz to read as this is set in Florence. I’m looking forward to reading her blog to see if she has fallen in love with Firenze as much as ...
... the steep hill rather than taking the winding road up. We had a huge day of sightseeing. First up was Academia. David is absolutely spectacular! Next we visited Museo di San Marco and Santa Maria Novella. We came home for lunch and the went to Duomo in the afternoon. I think we must have walked up a thousand steps at least (actually ...
... bridge today. We decided we had enough culture for one morning and headed across town to Piazza San Lorenzo to do some shopping..... The leather in Italy rivals anything I've seen anywhere..... Beautiful bags , purses and wallets.... we gathered a few goodies and sweated our way back to our hotel. to retrieve our bags, made it to the train station, had a great sandwich while we waited to board our train to Rome. We made it on the train Which is no ...