Aurora Garden Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... nice, clean and spacious equipped with important basic amenities and more importantly free Wifi. 12 midnight --- we were famished! We stepped out to see if we can find anything open at this time of the night. And guess what??? We found one across the street with lights still on! It was like hitting a jackpot (not that I've experienced hitting a jackpot)! Carlo's paninis saved our lives! We were so ecstatic we even took pictures with him and ...
... a row of suspended houses or shops. Turned out when we walked over it those buildings were actually jewellery shops. Both sides of the bridge! Our second day in Florence was spent looking around the museum with the famous Statue of David. Then spending that afternoon driving through the Tuscan Vineyards and trying some of the Tuscan Wines. The countryside was beautiful! I could happily spend days driving through that countryside stopping in at the vineyards. The views in ...
... operational, spectators from generations ago created graffiti too. So it's a link connecting one generation to another. Supposedly in one instance, a hundred carnivores like leopards and bears were thrown into the coliseum with a few hundred herbivores. One can imagine the outcome. Also, it's crazy to believe it was operational for 5 centuries till 300-400AD and still stands today. Really brings perspective to what old means. We had ...
... scared witless (that would be us). We’ve also watched the carabinieri. They are fascinating. These would have to be the most impeccably dressed police men and women we have ever seen, anywhere in the world. Their uniforms are well cut and true fashion statements and they stand around in groups sometimes up to ten of them – doing absolutely nothing but socializing with their compatriots. Today, as huge numbers ...
... was to be a grand duomo built here that would outshine the one we saw earlier. The cathedral was never completed, however, two hundred years into the build, the plague swept through the town and fifty percent of the population perished. Siena is also home to the famous -------horse race. Each year, the central plaza is transformed into a race track, and the boroughs compete for the prestige of winning place. (Also to be seen in ...