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Travel Blogs from Florence
... around the downtown until we tracked down lunch. I was looking for something light so I ordered the bruschetta sampler. Regular, white bean, anchovy and pate. Came to the conclusion that the anchovy was surprisingly good and that even if it is really good, I hate chicken liver pate! As you may know, I eat almost anything but I just do not understand the allure of this dish. One of the kids had a "mac and cheese" Italy ...
... of Neptune, Hercules, the defeat of Medusa and a copy of Michelangelo's David (based on David and Goliath). The real statue is contained in the Accademia in Florence, but unfortunately there was no time to see this on this trip.
Ponte Vecchio: The most famous bridge in Florence, due to the expensive shops build along the length of the bridge.
Lunch included a meal of Spinach and Ricotta Ravioli cooked al dente! Gypsies ...
... ticket line was and hopped in. We were second in line.
Eventually the door opened and we were allowed in. It was another metal detector security entrance. After that, people went into one line for 2 counters. So there was one line to split into 2. But there was an Indian couple that obviously felt that they were too good for that! They tried to get in front of us. Uhhh no mate. We were second in line outside - there is no way you were in front of us. I said that to ...
... hotel is 26 steps up from street level and owned by 3 generations of an Italian family. The older is 90 odd years old and he was at breakfast clearing tables this morning and will nap on the chairs around the hotel during the day. The son is about our age and his son Thomaso has learnt very good English by watching one American movie every day for about 10 years. It is a lovely experience every minute, every hour, every day!! Chris ...
... with an amazing church and buildings, just around the corner from the statue of David. There’s so many statues in around the Piazza. They all covered a dramatic story of elements of love and war. Men fighting over women, men protecting women, the embrace men would hold them. The statues were aggressive yet passive in the way they were articulated. The replica statue of David we saw outside was so cool. We couldn't see the original, the line was so long, but the replica ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed