Hotel Il Cavallo
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
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... evening and wander around for a bit do some shopping before making dinner. Florence is by far my fav Italian city, the Italians don't seem so self obsessed, it's cleaner than Rome and has this cute little small town vibe. We meet a lot of people at our hostel and make some new friends, Bridget got hit on by a Greek guy and an Italian guy both of which were staying at the ...
Today has been miserable. I have such a bad head cold I couldn't sleep last night at all! But there was an amazing thunderstorm that I could watch while I wasn't sleeping! I got a few good pictures as well! After I finally got a little more sleep I met up with my friend krista(different one than my roommate) and got breakfast at this cute little breakfast cafe! I think that I am going to be a ...
... very old, historic and interesting. Our first stop was a shop recommended by Jon where we actually bought my Venetian Mask and also some Murano Glass souvenirs and pressies. Jon suggested that the prices, quality and authenticity were good, so we took heed of his suggestion. The mask and Murano glass are actually made in Venice but are cheaper to buy in Florence than they are in Venice !?! He also recommended some shops to look at for quality leather goods, which we explored ...
... but when the started price is $1000 a 50% discount still leaves it out of our league! This place was full of Japanese shoppers. Amazing scenes in the Gucci, Prada etc stores with their thousands to spend. We did manage a couple of purchases but not many! One thing though the coffee wasn't bad here.
On our return back into Florence we looked at some cheap ties for Gary and a nice Italian leather belt. We had not seen the ...
... at the bar drinking a beer this morning around 10:30AM and who we recognized as the elderly short man with a traditional tirolean hat and blue apron with a big smile on his face and a chuckle when he saw us several days ago strolling through Bulla with our south Florida hats. At the time, he pointed to our hats and just laughed. This morning, we asked Dunia to introduce us and ask if it was okay for us to be in a photo together with our hats. He was ...