Ninna Nanna B&B
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- Minbar in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... pretty reasonable. We had one splurge meal where most of us ordered the Florentine steak. (Yes, it really was that good.)
The "museum shuffle" and "cobble hobble" will wear you out faster than a real walking pace. As does dealing with crowded walkways of tourists, all traveling at different paces, or worse, stopping dead in the middle of traffic. (Really, do you stop the car to look at the map in the middle of the highway? Pull over to the side of ...
... it. We walked a long way along the cobblestone streets back to the bus. After returning to the hotel, we opened our window to hear the afternoon thunder shower while we rested our tired feet. Then we walked some more to dinner spot. We had farfalle pasta with meat sauce, tasteless bread :(, and another whole course of pork, potatoes, and salad. The ice cream with chocolate sauce at the end was the best part. Then we walked again back to the hotel. Overall, we walked 10 miles today. ...
... 12.30pm and walked back to the bus for our trip to Roma. On the way we went to Michelangelo Square and got a group shot with all of Firenze laid out behind us. Mum and Dad got the exact same shot when they did their tour Europe 15 years ago – and it felt pretty cool to now have my own!! It would have been good to stay in Florence for the night but it didn’t happen. We have decided that we will defo come back here in the next few months ...
Our second day in Florence was very relaxing...except for the 432 step climb to the top of the Duomo. After climbing to the tops of both St. Peter's Basilica and now the Duomo, I feel like I've lost at least 10 pounds. It was quite a workout, especially laden down with winter boots and clothes. The layers were peeled off as we continued onward and upward. The effort was well worth it ...
... of composer Gioacchino Rossini by Giuseppe Cassioli
Right: Tomb monument of humanist scholar Leonardo Bruni by Bernardo Rossellino
Tomb of scientist Galileo Galilei by Giulio Foggini. The monument consists iof ...