Tre Gigli BB
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking rooms
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... houses of Ferragamo, Gucci and Puccini. Paige's €5 scarf remains our one Florence purchase. We seem to be getting into the groove with sightseeing early, late lunch, siesta and dinner in the evenings.
We are now looking forward to picking up the car tomorrow and heading out to Siena and onto San Gimignano. We just have to figure how to get out of the city. When ...
Had a bit of a sleep in and had a takeaway croissant and coffee from a small cafe on one of the squares, then went inside a church to see Michelangelo's grave, had a nice museumy bit attached to it. Took a walk further along the river and ended up stopping at a little restaurant near santa maria novella church and having nice pizza. Walked across ...
... the night went on from there!!Singing, dancing, wine, , more wine, champagne... the bird dance, YMCA,...... needless to say we had a fantastic night... to finish it off , our bus was the last to leave... ok so driving for about 10 min. then someone realizes we've forgotten one couple!!! the big tour bus does a u turn.. ok so the road is so narrow but he pulls it off... we meet the opera singer in his car as he was driving the forgotten couple down the mountain to meet us.... ...
... the River Arno but what to say about all that is passed Ún route...it's quite overwhelming the cultural richness...and the crowds but only in key places. The famous Pza. della Signora where the original Michelangelo David stood when I was here 45 yrs ago, now sports replicas and many other figures have been added in and around...didn't feel like I remembered it and SO many people, ah but more glorious churches and what is ...
... looks quite funny from the tower looking back towards the gates. We then went and looked at the baptistery and the duomo that the tower was built for as a bell tower and we were looking at them thinking there was something wonky when we worked out that both these building had sunk at some stage but not as much. In fact the Baptistery had sunk at one end and it must of been while they were building it as they had corrected it but it had ...