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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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17 minute walk to the Cupola del Brunelleschi. Thank god for the GPS on our phones because each narrow street looked exactly the same as the other narrow street.
Check out the photos. Had to queue for 45 mins to get into the tower. It was 414 steps to the very top although you could stop at 2 levels to take photos as an excuse for a rest to prevent from dying. Very ...
... some gelato (or for gelato and then some dinner!) and now are calling it a night. Our hotel is right off the sqaure (Piazza della Repubblica) and there is bustling activity all around and music flowing in through our open windows. Somehow I think we will still be able to sleep after our long day traveling. Today's gelato flavors: Colleen--hazelnut (nocciola) Chris--mint ...
Italy! Immediately notice it's a poorer country. Boost across an check out the leaning tower of Pisa, certainly a slope! Then off to Florence, set up an meet back up with black Betty an fat dressy after 3 weeks, big night catching up on stories an adventures especially after they hit tomorrowland an Ibiza! Check out Florence in the morning, see some church's an plenty of Michelangelos penis statues.. Didn't bless the men very much! Then road trip to ...
... photos and explore a little more, they headed back to check out some more leather goods!
We met at the hotel to pick up luggage at about 3, and caught the 4.06 train to Rome. It was a lovely train, clean, fast and well appointed.
Once at the Termini in Rome, we were well acquainted with the station and found our way to the platform for the airport train. A 30 min ride and we were at the Rome airport, close to where we would stay for the night. ...
... sunset over the Arno River so at about 5:45 PM I walked over to Ponte S. Trinita, which has a wonderful view towards Ponte Vecchio (the bridge with all of the shops built into it). For just about an hour I stood on the bridge (with quite a few others—ha!) and took picture after picture at all the different levels of light. I never did see the reds and oranges that were mentioned in my guide book but I got some great pictures of the bridge perfectly reflected in the ...