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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... 25 of us that boarded a guided bus for the wine tour which was about 50mins from Florence in the Chianti region. As the air conditioning wasn't working it was a long hot bus trip however our guide Stefania was lovely and filled us in on the local history of the region. Our first stop was a local family owned vineyard. First we tried four wines, 2 balsamic vinegars ( one was 20 years old and €69 euros a bottle) some salami, cheese and olive ...
... was amazing! The duomo was the first constructed of its kind without the use if scaffolding or buttresses. Designed by mathematical genius, Brunelleschi, and constructed over 17 years using more than four million bricks, it is a sight to see.
We saw it from the side first and got a great look at the dome and the bell tower. We were there admiring it for some time when he said,"Okay, now let's go around so you can see the ...
... these precious moments.
We are guided by a local to a wonderful coffee house, Café Scudierie, at the corner along the plaza. We quickly learn that you buy your drinks/pastries first, receive a ticket and then step up to the counter for espresso. It becomes obvious that this is the place on the plaza, where the locals stop on their way to work or wherever they're going, for a quick pastry ...
... We had a great time with him and the next night he gave me free drinks and let the boys run the bar. I told him my mom would come visit him and we taught him the English word for MILF.
Later that night we went to Twice night club. There were a lot of CIMBA kids there and that's what made it fun for me- I hung out with a kid named Jake all night from our program. The bartender was rude to Americans and a drink there was eight euros ...
... return to Riomaggiore to explore it some more and pick up some souvenirs. Also we were paranoid about missing the train back since the last one left at 6:30pm and after that you were stuck for the night. It was only 3pm but thought we’d play it safe so after a bit more of a wander we boarded the train from Riomaggiore and headed back to Florence. Tomorrow we head to Venice and can’t wait to see yet another world famous Italian ...