Ridolfi Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... being in Italy on Christmas day.
We had a reservation at the restaurant in our hotel. Marie had brought a candle holder and a bayberry candle from home just for our special Christmas dinner. It was a lovely dinner and a great end to a lovely and restful Christmas day.
We all hope that you have had a lovely Christmas with your family and friends and look for the next post from Venice!
... at home which is SO STUPID!) and the Duck entrée. Christopher orders a goat cheese creamed appetizer and the Duck. Now, wine – the last time we were here he chose the wines for us, and gave us some options – we mentioned we’d like to do the same and we’re off! DINNER WAS AMAZING! The wine selections also amazing. We each got a different wine with our appetizer, because, well…they were different!! The pairings were spot ...
... I made it to Florence, passing long lines of cars in the narrow streets and driving like a reckless maniac in his youth.
If you are like me and hate large crowds of people, do not go to Florence on a Sunday. Instead of meandering through my favorite spots and enjoying the smells and the atmosphere, I found myself shouldering through clusters of families taking overdone photos and dirty men trying to sell me photocopied art and photographs. Too many times ...
... local restaurant in the piazza near home, it was actually one I had wanted to try after reading some reviews. Despite not being able to have a table outside we still had a great time. I had parpadelle and Holiday had gnocchi - pretty safe choices with the menu again only in Italian. Our waitress was really nice and patient with us, a nice change. The best part ...
... the Baptistery with the famous bronze doors. These doors are said to have started the Renaissance period. In the same square there were many statues; one was made by Chilani and depicted Percius slaying Medusa. It's entirely made of bronze. Lastly, a replica of Michelangelo's David statue. The real one is in a local museum now.
Our walking tour ended at Leonardo's Leather factory. Here we got a ...