Casa Di Barbano
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... occupy the bridge. It was the only bridge in Florence not destroyed by the Germans in the Second World War Before lunch we went to the New Market, or Mercato Nuovo to visit Il Porcellino, This little boar supposedly brings good luck when you rub his snout. This is a copy of a copy of a copy. The first bronze boar fountain was made in 1634 and rubbing the snout for good luck was mentioned as far back as the 1700s. The bronze statue was a copy of a ...
... long for it to be normal. That night we had a dinner in Tuscany which was beautiful. I can't even tell you how much food they served us at this dinner, after the first entree I was full.. We then headed back in to town to the "space disco". When I think of disco I just think of kids jumping up and down and smoke machines..in reality this was just a club with lots of lights that may have looked like a galaxy. It was pretty fun here, lots of good tunes but the place ...
After all that walking we were in need of break, lunch and a cold birrra for Warren. We found a nice quiet little place and enjoyed a well earned break. After Lunch we wander back to our hotel catching all the sights and small shops on the way. Greg and Todd are headed for rest while Pam and Warren visit the Church of Santa Maria Novella for which the piazza and our hotel was named.
We then met for coffee with our Travel Agent who had ...
... were the choice. Post eggs we walked the square, which is a fairly touristy area of Florence. Florence unlike Rome is quite a bit less crazy in terms of the go go lifestyle. Florence is home to just over 275,000 where as Rome is around the 4 million mark. Florence in it's architecture once again is very beautiful. Detailed buildings and roads catch your eyes as you walk the small streets and pathways that lead around the area. Post duomo, we were looking ...
I know… I know this is late. I have left the country two more times (Prague last weekend and Wales this weekend) since the Italy trip and I have not posted… It was also pointed put this week that we have less than 35 days left on this side of the pond. I have so much to do yet! Bath, Mom and Dad are here, Switzerland, 2 (maybe 3) musicals/plays, day trips, markets, friends and more. And I need to find time for homework, because ...