Hotel Il Cavallo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the view and let our time in Florence sink in. We the went for dinner at a place we had wanted to the night before. We sat down and looked at the menu. Within a minute Lisa and I knew that we didn't want to eat there so we awkwardly walked out haha. Well I ran and left her hanging. So we walked to the Hard Rock Cafe but that was too busy and expensive so we found a nice place to have a pizza. We walked back to our hostel where we were planning on just ...
... to eat. It's around 6pm now. We sit down and eat (you can't get a cheeseburger in a meal!) and head back to the room to drop off our train ticket. I have a shower and wash my hair and Bradden relaxes and by that time it's 8.30pm. I decide I wanna head out for a snack (bad idea). It's pouring with rain and we have one small umbrella. We wander for about 10 minutes and both get drenched and annoyed so Bradden gets something and we both get a juice (everything ...
In any case, we walked through several rooms filled with ivory, relics from the Medici family, i.e. old silverware, plates, bowls, rugs, etc. etc. Crosses with Jesus on them carved from stone, ivory, and lopus lucy. Let me just say, Keith was about to wet his pants. If anyone knows Keith, he loves oriental relics and antiquities.
After about an hour of drooling we ventured out into the garden. Oh my, this garden was massive. I thought ...
... 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 ...
... creating caricatures. Not quite as busy as Rome but buzzing with activity and lots of bike riders incessantly ringing their bells to make their way through the crowd - madness! We checked out the replica Statue of David in front of the Museo di Ponte Vecchio, pondering whether we would have the time or inclination to queue at Galleria d'Academia to see the real thing. The magnitude of the Duomo and adjacent bell tower was staggering! Their size and proximity ...