Soggiorno la Pergola
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... panoramic views, an outdoor museum, an amphitheatre, fountains, and statues. It took a very long time to get through the entire garden, but it was well worth it because of its beauty.
After that I went out to dinner at All'Antico Vinaio. I got a panini sandwich that was absolutely amazing. Afterwards, I went back to the hotel room to rest after my long day.
The next day I had breakfast in the lobby, then I went to the ...
I love Firenze (Florence)!
Got up earlier this morning and went to one final Bassilica (cathedral) before I left, and it was a goodie. Santa Maria Degli Angeli which was decorated by Michaelangelo. I continually am surprised at how much I am enjoying just being in these amazing buildings, generally just staring at the ceilings. They are so high.
The train station was on my way back to where I was staying, so I went in to check where I ...
Florence was quite nice! Didn't really do much in Florence, had more of a lay day. We went out the night before to a karaoke bar and sang our hearts out! Haha the group got some very good stories out of that night and everyone had fun! We did a walking tour around Florence and saw a massive cathedral! It was very ...
... on the train with the rest of the group where we met and hung out with Matt from Wales and Catie from Australia. Really nice people and spent the day hanging with them. We started the tour in Pisa and the square with the Leaning Tower. Literally the only thing we needed to see and do in Pisa so Lisa and I are very happy we didn't decide to do Pisa ourselves and stayed. Would have been really bored. We took out cheesy photos and hopped back on the train where ...
Packing, packing, and more packing. Is my time studying abroad really coming to an end? I am filled with so many emotions while I sit here piling my souvenirs into my suitcases. Happy. Sad. Depressed. Excited. Content. The list can go on and on. Can I bring wine back to the states? I hope so, because I have three bottles packed. Friends - maybe we can crack some Brunello upon my arrival!? Thank you Walter for the nice scale you have provided for us, I know ...