Adua & Regina di Saba Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Outdoor pool
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room
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Again, apologies that this has taken us so long to post. Each day two of the boys are assigned to write the daily blog. Below is Michael and Joe's day 1 post (with my notes in parentheses).
(We met at LAX at 5:30am, all the boys ready for a great adventure. Many of the parents were there to see us off, some more excited than others to send their kids off for the next two weeks. Check-in went smoothly and the boys had time to get breakfast ...
... supermarket and came inside with us and help the shop and we bought some authentic Italian food and brought it back to our place and went to the rooftop and sat on top and ate itand had a very enjoyable night We were a bit disappointed on our walk up the stairs as one of the bottles of wine we bought from one of the vineyards Elizabeth tripped on the steps and fell and broke one of the bottles open on the steps. And ...
Leaving Rome for Florence this morning. It is quite cloudy so hope it doesn't rain. Went on a walking tour of Florence with a local guide. The chapel Mary of the Flower holds 30000 people. Leather is a big thing in Florence. Very expensive. Had dinner in the hotel then went for a walk along the Arno River and watched the ...
... one..all went OK. I arrived at noon in Florence, but couldn't show up at the B&B until 1 o'clock. So I walked around, see if I could figure where to go, gave up, had an awful lunch then took a taxi (8.7€) to the B&B. Nice place, but they smoke here....I will be sharing the bathroom but I am able to do a laundry...about time. I should be good until I get home. The room is very basic, good thing I brought rope and some ...
... it's a gorgeous area filled with famous statues and surrounded by popular cafe's and restaurants. Even Michelangelo's original 'David' statue stood here until 1873.
We walked through the Palazzo Vecchio, via the courtyard entrance with the Putto fountain. Before heading up passed the Uffizi and reaching the Arno river.
Crossed the famous Ponte ...