Ridolfi Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... with whole hazelnuts in it - so good. Then, we saw Kevin's apartment and made our way to Ponte Vecchio to take pictures of the bridge. On the other side of the bridge we went to a wonderful gelato place, apparently the best one around. I got Oreo-flavored gelato and then the three of us went into the back of the shop where there was a cafe area to sit down and eat. It was really cute and secluded, and we were happy it felt like no other students knew where it ...
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This morning we said goodbye to our very hurt stay in Venice and hello to Florence! Props to Louis who found our very centrally located accom at a reasonable price when all hope seemed lost. We started off our adventuring here with a simple self directed walking tour of the main sites - the cathedral and duomo, palazzo vecchio, galleria uifizzi and palazzo pitti. The cathedral and duomo are unbelievably ornate and detailed on the ...
We booked a six hour wine tour with a company called Florencetown. It was great! We stopped at two wineries in the Chianti region. At the first one, Principe Corsini - Villa le Corti, we toured the wine cellars and had three different kinds of wines, with 3 different cheeses, bread, balsamic vinegar and virgin olive oil.The grounds were beautiful, they had a garden with rosemary, lemons, roses and a great view. The second one had a ...
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Romain had to cook the fresh pasta in water and heat them in the microwave as there is no cooker in the hostel. When the pasta is ready, then he put the sauce in and heat again. Seems troublesome, but definitely doable. We had tortellini with tomato base and tasted really good. The restaurant sells the pasta for at least 10€ for bolognaise sauce excluding the taxes. We paid too much for not-so-good pasta in Venice so we didn't want ...