Tre Gigli BB
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... bartender and has a conversation. I hear boulevardier banded about and the bartender comes over to our table. Would we like a REAL Boulevardier? YES. He’s SO animated and excited at this and rattles off in his Italian (why, WHY did he have to speak so FAST?) how we could always ask for something off menu, he’d love to make us another drink, Etc. Etc. Clearly, this man was MEANT to be a bartender – he loves ...
... he liked to call me "sister" ~ "I make you a good deal, sister". I ended up getting three belts & stood my ground on what I would pay, I was very happy with my purchases. When I left, I told him that I would tell all my "sisters" about his booth!
Now to the food market, it was food lover's paradise. The upstairs had just been renovated & it was packed with lunch diners. A couple had an interesting looking drink, so I asked them what it was & ...
... lined streets, some beautiful views from the top of the hills... all passing us by too quickly. We agreed to return later in the day to see the Statue of David and the Ponte Vecchio and take more photos than the fleeting bus would allow. We heard stories of Michaelangelo, Raphael, Donatelo and Leaonardo – not the turtles – and of the pieces they had produced and the influence the had on the society of the time and influences they had on other ...
We had a local woman called Elsa act as our guide and take us for our walking tour this morning. She was very good. She met us at an intersection next to the river and led us to Piazza della Signoria, a square with a little alcove containing a dozen or so statues. We sat in one corner while she gave us a rundown on each statue, and also the statues in front of the fountain on the other side of the square. Right up until the unification of Italy in the (50/60/70's?) each Italian city ...
... are gathered. Of course there is a major renovation going on so not all of the rooms were open. Even so, there was more than enough to feast my eyes on. Paintings come alive when you see them in real life, rather than in a book or on a postcard. As I strolled from room to room, I was acutely aware of my father's presence with me. I felt a wave of sadness that I couldn't share this experience with him. Between the art and the food ...