Ninna Nanna B&B
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... we saw a bunch of different sights that were all really close to each other in the city.
Yesterday was a holiday in Florence. We're not quite sure what it is for, but it's similar to the 4th of July for us where some shops and things are closed and then they have fireworks at night. So, after dinner, we headed to Bob and Rosie's hotel, which has a wonderful view of Florence. We were able to catch a view of the fireworks and also had a nice ...
... time by the ashes of Mt. Vesuvius. It is like taking a walk back in time.
Least Favorite Place: Rome, Italy. Although Rome is rich in the history of the Ancient Romans, I found this place way too bogged down with tourists. Also, the street peddlers were always shoving things in my face for purchase. It was rude, annoying and completely ruined the experience. Finally, every attraction we went to seemed to be under construction. I will most likely never return to Rome. ...
... day getting settled in my apartment with my roommates, wandering Florence, and having my first authentic Italian meal, gnocchi. I've only been here for a few hours but I already can't wait to go to oreitantion tomorrow to see what the rest of the semester will have in ...
... catholic. - San Fernando is completely made of marble. Very beautiful.. It was a center of power for the church out of Rome. - silk was an important industry dating back and it has been recently revived when the local artisans asked for the medieval silk making machines be revived from the local museums and put to work again - they have almost 3 miles worth of bike paths on TOP of the walls (ramparts) that surround the city. We took this path twice ...
... Duomo and climbed its clock towers 414 steps to the top for amazing views of the city. We went underneath the church to the crypt of underground floors and burial sites. There was a neat leather market we wandered through. We stopped often for coffee or gelato and had wine in a wine bar across the street from a palace. We had dinner in the piazza where the replica of Michelangelo's David stands. Our ...