Relais Firenze Stibbert
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... for the main course and finished up with a dessert wine for dipping our biscotti. Add to this music and dancing and this turns out to be one of the most fun nights we've had.
We still have an hour's drive to our hotel and since everyone is so mellow from all the wine, there's a sing along on the bus. When we finally get to the hotel to check in it's after 9pm. A really long, but really fun day!
... and seeing, we walked down to the retail shopping area... Florence is renowned for its excellent quality leather goods, so Jan could not resist a look at what is/was on offer. She found a lovely baby soft kid leather jacket - light tan in colour. HAD to buy - for quality and about one quarter of cost if purchased in Sydney ! Also found another girly clothing shop for Jan to find more clothing bargains...goodness - Jan seems to have saved a fortune in clothing on this ...
... and relaxed for a bit. I checked out the "toilette" as they called it and learned that I actually had to pay 1 euro to use it! At about 6:12 pm we boarded the train. Our first puzzling moment was that our tickets had a cabin number and seat number but on this train no one seemed to care or have a seat number. We sat down and relaxed a bit. I heard some Americans behind us so I asked Matt hey should we just make sure this is the right train He looked at me and just kind ...
... fast paced city. We stopped really quick on a quieter street and everyone jumped off the bus! We were headed to the Piazza Del Popolo; keep in mind we had already done a walking tour this morning in Florence.
The group was all feeling tired and a bit grumpy, but everyone made the best of getting on with the tour. We got a few minutes to take photos of the first Piazza and my first impression was, ...
... in marble. There were several Michelangelo pieces that weren't finished that show the different stages that a sculpture goes through. These magnified how great the finished David. After walking around the Accademia for a bit, I was ready to see a different past of the city that wasn't all about museum and art. I decided to hike to the other side of the river (Oltrarno) and up the hill to Michelangelo Square. ...