Hotel Antico Masetto
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... rich immediately vanished as they quickly learned the importance of having to work together. The people of Venice were very opened minded, welcomed various religions, and cared about charity/helping those less fortunate even when they had nothing. Over 11 decades, Venice transformed into they city we know today. They were able to support themselves as a merchant town specifically offering various spices and herbs. Due to their constant travel to supply goods, they often had to ...
Florence means art. Statues (and to Madi's dislike - naked statues), paintings on ceilings and walls, and an old bridge that they built shops on... so now millions of tourists squeeze onto the old bridge after looking at a bunch of naked men and getting sore necks while looking at beautifully painted ceilings.
We would rather sit and look at the views across the Tuscan countryside but being a tourist you ...
... any difference if it's mp4? Anyway, should have woke me up, I told Romain. His reply was, it's so scary I don't wish to scare you. It's a good thing you slept through it. Now, what did I miss? He was acting so weird that they are actually scared he will come back from the hospital and kill all of us. Drama. I briefly saw him change and left early in the morning. Salvatore and us left on the same day as well. What a night. For ...
... on every corner and charming streets. The streets reminded both Holiday and I a little of Melbourne. I already wished that we had more than the three days here. Holiday has been lucky enough to have seen Florence both in winter where there were hardly any tourists around and now where it is packed. Despite it being very busy, it still felt like a really laid back city. We like you a lot Florence, a lot. We wandered past the Pitti ...
... at home - being able to see km away. Here there is always a haziness in the air so you can't see far.
Tomorrow is our last day here. At about 10am we will trot along to the train station to drop our bags off at left luggage and then go and visit a couple of museums. Our train doesn't leave until quite late in the evening and then we arrive in Villach at the wonderful time of 4.15am. (Thank you Iris in advance for crawling out of bed to come and get us!).