Adua & Regina di Saba Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Outdoor pool
- Breakfast Available
- Banquet room
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... and thought provoking painting. I also introduced Jake to St. John the Baptist's Renaissance symbol, the long reed cross. In no time, Jake could easily find the Baptist in the crowds of New Testament characters. After Pitti, there was some rain, and since we had no umbrellas, we were accosted by the many "umbrella guys" who roam Florence and probably make some easy money selling rain gear to unprepared tourists. We went to a cozy ...
... we decided to go to the local pizzeria for dinner. We enjoyed pizza and more wine, and had such a lovely evening! We walked back towards the hostel and said goodnight and farewell to our friends as we were leaving in the morning! We woke up this morning, and caught a train to Pisa! We are going to be here for the next four nights and making several day trips to smaller towns nearby! The weather here is beautiful and we are enjoying ...
Apparently a head cold will interrupt a vacation. Most of the day sitting...the good news is it was beautiful outside so we did a lot of sitting outside. During one of his many naps...I went shopping at the Coin...perhaps some kitcheny kinds of things will come home with me! After we had our final checkout inspection and the taxi was called for 5:00am, we started packing....how is it that it all ...
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Finally I start approaching the mountains again, which breath a bit of life into the landscape. Right at the base is the large town of Monte Cantini Terme, which has the feel of a beach town--without the beach... ...
... was a row of ambulances at the Tower. That was enough to put Ron off from climbing any steps today. Then down to the Piazza Della Signoria to see the square of statues including the 'rape of the Sabines' and several original roman sculptures depicting Sabine women. We went to the Uffizi Centre and bought tickets for the gallery tomorrow morning (21 Euros). Then off to the Galleria dell' Accademia to buy tickets (36 Euros) ...