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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... the most amazing look out point. It was so beautiful! Tuscany is really something else. Green grass, rolling hills, vineyards all over. It was truly beautiful. Once Jonathan met back up with us we decided to eat and then go up the tallest tower in San Gimignano. After lunch it was a struggle to climb all those stairs to the top, but we made it and the view was our reward. Different from the previous view in that this one was a complete 360. Really ...
Our little itinerary had marked out Thursday for a visit to Florence. However, the heat was giving us a few challenges, so we decided not to aim to arrive until mid-afternoon. Reading the Rough Guide, I alighted on the town of Prato as potentially an interesting morning/lunch-time diversion. As the centre of the Italian (in fact, almost the world) textiles industry, it promised something for the more artistic amongst us (ie, not me). There was also a textiles museum which sounded ...
... So I found myself in Zurich in the dead of winter with an airplane ticket to Tel Aviv and no cash to get me through whatever Israel, in the midst of a war with Syria, could dish out to me. At the office there I was told that they couldn't give me any money because I didn't have a gold card. I made a mental note to drive to San Francisco just to slap Carl Malden to the ground. As it was, I flew to Tel Aviv with about three dollars in my pocket at eleven o-clock at night. when I left ...
... orange and red and set behind the mountains in the distance.
We all parted ways and got ready for another night out. This time we chose the club Space. It was VERY Americanized. There were many drunk American girls dancing and creepy locals scoping them out. Although it was super sketchy, it was an awesome time!
Saturday morning I got to see my beloved David. He was waiting for me in all his brilliance in the Accademia. My friend and I sat ...
... touristy to me. Lots of shopping and lots of crowds. Not that Rome wasn't swarming with tour groups, but this just felt different.
I really enjoyed going to the markets. So many hustlers. You can bargain a bit as the prices appear to be soft. In fact, the smell of leather was so intoxicating, R and I were seduced into buying a couple of beautiful Italian leather coats for ourselves! Very hard to resist. It started ...