Tangohotel Bed & Breakfast
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The customer service is one of a kind! Perluigi and Marco were the best as well as Carlotta.
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Where do I begin? Plane ride...YES IT SUCKED! I got no sleep and I've been awake for over 24 hours, and still holding strong. But when morning rose in Rome, it took my breath away. I am still in disbelief that I am actually here! I am looking at all the places I Googled Earth and I am just thrilled! Our car service was waiting for us at Leonardo da …
Today we slept in, yayyyy... Our appt with the tour was at 2:00pm and the driver would be here 1:30. So we slept in got ready and tried to find something quick to eat...well, WE TRIED! We went to this place in the corner which my gut was telling me NOT to go to but I just needed a little something, I would have never guessed …
... merchants during the 14th and 15th centuries to display their status and wealth by building Tower Houses within the city. Many unfortunately have since been demolished, possibly for safety reasons, but enough remain to get the idea of what they would have looked like.
We managed to climb the 230 steps to the top of the most prominent surviving tower reaching a height of 45 metres. All ...
Today an awesome day in the Fabbriche. The weather perfect. Sunny and warm. Apparently tomorrow it's going to be cold and raining on Thursday and Friday. We have been extremely lucky with the weather so cannot complain. This morning we did what my uncle does everyday - he starts the day with an early breakfast then goes for a walk to the cemetery to see his wife, daughter, mum and dad (which are our Aunty, cousin and grandparents respectively). While ...
... so gorgeous. The market streets were good and we eventually made it to the Accadamia. Lined up in the 'reserved’ line and we got in fairly quickly. The David was absolutely magnificent – the holy paintings were not as brilliant but still worth seeing. The other Michelangelo sculptures were also excellent. We walked around to Pontevecchio and then onto the other side to see the gargantuan Pitti Palace. We had a lovely relaxed lunch at a restaurant, which we really ...