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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Continental Breakfast
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... the 1500's that's home to a collection of sculptures dating from the 16th through to the 18th centuries. There were numerous pathways networking their way in geometric patterns throughout the park and the sculptures were along pathways on pedestals or hidden in small alcoves just inside the high walls of shrubs that lined the paths. One could see that the sculptures were in various states of cleanliness…from some a bright crème colour from being ...
... br> Overall, the scenery was great, food beautiful and wine perfect to match. We left at 9.15, got back about 6.15, a full, tiring day.
Our final evening meal was a t a local restaurant, chosen only because the menu was also in English. Do other food outlets not know they would get more customers if they did the same? Or maybe that is why they don't include English on their menus????? Sneaky☺
... even thunder stormed on us. Which was really fun with all our expensive electronics and such. We got back, and enjoyed some relaxation in our bed and breakfast and just had some fun with everyone. We made a fort with blankets and played spoons with everyone which got super intense. We ended the night with some bonding with ugly snapchats to each other which was really....fun? Our first day in Florence deems a good one in my ...
After breakfast taxi to Galleria Accademia - reception had booked fast track tickets - saw Statue of David - coffee in piazza afterwards (for Gini and Nicki) Went with Nicki for her to get money out of ATM - kept getting rejected at several different machines - finally OK Went with Gini in afternoon to ...
... For many of the group, the significance of the building will be apparent some years hence, I suspect, but for Italians, it is sacred literary territory. We rub shoulders with school groups, reciting poetry on the steps. Performing in fine voice to an increasing audience. As the sun sets on beautiful Firenze, we make our way back to the hotel for tea. It's easy to guess where we go next...all roads apparently lead ...