Casa Di Barbano
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... of musicians at night playing there music. It makes your night strolls of the city even more fun.
This is definitely a city for the youth. I got to experience the night life in Florence, and it was pretty fun. A lot of tourists, but overall not that much different than America.
Great Gelato! Definitely going back if God permits
... Unfortunately it had started raining heavily en-route to the restaurant.
Many of us got wet. That aside we had a meal that had mixed reactions from the group. I personally liked it and had great company. John and Kate did not attend, wanting to do something for themselves.
The meal lasted about 2.15hrs and then we went home with little trouble as the rain had stopped. Now, a little on the diary and off to ...
... for the duomo and then me and kaleigh went to buy tickets to get in. The line was massive and as time went on we started to realize we would only have time to go in the duomo, not the cathedral itself. While in line we met a nice family from london, two brothers a sister and their mom. Kaleigh and I talked to the mom the whole time who was pretty funny and we had a good convo for about 45 minutes before finally being able to go in. The hike to the top was a lot of walking and ...
... a better view (and by 'better' view I mean 'any view at all'). I followed behind, slamming my camera bag into strangers and tripping over kids and pets. Finally I reached my spot on the side of the river, once the sidewalk had gotten so congested with people that no one could move -- I couldn't even get a picture. It was not an ideal location, but I was already shoulder-to-shoulder with a tall, bearded man and immediately behind a ...
... ride back into Florence was an easy drive and Bernardo dropped us off by the Ponte delle Grazie. We all said our goodbyes and parted ways. Conveniently for us, Gelateria Carraria was on our way home. This time we didn't share!
We made dinner at home, eating up some of our leftovers. P and I did go pick up some cannoli for dessert. We were pretty worn out from our big day out (and probably overly excited that the TV station was showing something in English - ...