Tre Gigli BB
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... morning we left Florence on the high speed train to Rome, found the Leonardo Express train to the airport and ended the day at the Airport Hilton. By 6:15 a.m. Thursday we were at Terminal 5 for our flight to Heathrow, transferred to our flight to Chicago and then on to Denver.
We had a wonderful trip, saw amazing places, people and had extraordinary experiences. We feel very fortunate to have had our entire family along for the ride!
... many of the people we also know. . Keith is President of Harris Leadership Strategies. We had dinner with them and then walked up to the highest square in Florence to watch the Sun Set.
... it. You could see the many beautiful castles out on the countryside. One of the best views ever! I do wish I would of had time to climb the Duomo, but hopefully next time.
Another wonderful view was that of the sun set from the top view of the Uffizi Gallery. I loved that we got their just in time to see it.
I loved that there were ...
... to Florence). All up a perfect day.
We returned to the Duomo the next morning as we still had a few more stairs to climb (this time only 414) to reach the top of the 85 metre campanile for another view of Florence after which we felt quite justified enjoying our breakfast of fresh fruit, croissants and coffee. Being a Sunday we had to wait until after mass to gain entry to the Duomo to see the beautiful frescoes on the roof ...
... It gets hot and humid and having to stop midway to wait for other visitors to come down is a recipe for overheating and nasty sweats. There is nowhere to wait as such except on the stairs, there is little air and obviously on spiral stairs in a centuries old dome, no water or toilet facilities. And because the way up is the way down means that squeezing to one side to let others pass is also required. The climb wasn’t too bad and Andrew played the ...