La Casa del Garbo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... for lunch in a little wine bar, and discovered they had a whole row of little bruschetta snacks which came free with one's drink. Delicious. I had a Pinot Grigio and tomato, prosciutto and brie, and ham and swiss cheese. Nom nom. Rex had similar, but with Heineken.
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We arrived in Florence late at night. We settled in to our apartment which was right in the heart of downtown and headed out for dinner in a nice outdoor restaurant in a small square. We both had gnocchi, I don't think I'll ever have too much Italian pasta! Our first full day in Florence was spent wandering through the old town marvelling at the enormous old buildings, sculptures and piazzas. We went ...
... del Flores) is still standing and is still a popular tourist attraction. The Duomo is a good example of Renaissance architecture. It was built in the 1430s by a fellow named Brunelleschi and was constructed without the use of internal scaffolding. As the line to get in was quite long, I don't believe she ended up going in, however I’m fairly sure she spent a bit of time admiring it.
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... We all learned a lot about Galileo's discoveries, early inventions and theories of how the world looked and its relation to the sun and planets. There was an interactive section for the kids (and parents!) which provided an opportunity for experiential learning of the inventions that we had observed in the museum.
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... I would spend at least half of my time in each room staring straight up. The intricacy of the painting, usually it was done in a way that made the room seem so much bigger, by adding columns and windows to the outside, to make it seem as if it were connected to other spaces. Once again, everything about it said power and money, certainly a home that was fitting for the Grand Duke of Tuscany.
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