B&B Hotel Firenze City Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... a comfortable space, complimentary food and drinks and predictable Wi-Fi. We were able to lounge, nap, read American newspapers and generally relax before catching our flight. After a wild cab ride with quick turns down narrow streets and lots of honking, we arrived with our landlord waiting for us. The apartment is similar to the one in the pictures. It's size will take some getting used to and we're going to have to get really organized! I'll post pictures ...
... to destroy) a remote control car.
Back to the apartment for a post-gelato nap, stuff everything into the suitcases, say goodbye to our fabulous apartment and head to the train station.
We have Business tickets for the train and we're seated in one half of a four-seat section, and who should be in the other half? To be ...
... but Gianni who owned the shop across the way pointed us in the right direction. Then Stefano, the hotel manager, showed up out of the blue to help us navigate the building and check into our room. He suggested that we head over to Orsanmichele to tour the upper floors (free on Mondays) to see the sculptures from the outside of ...
... south bank of the Arno, mainly out of curiosity. I had read of an artisan shop there specialising in leather books and bindings. We were a bit disappointed when we got there.. The products were of a high standard, but the prices asked were at least double or even triple what others were asking.. Would that rue our decision? Maybe in a few years to come..
Close by to said leather book maker, there lay a gelateria, also included in the Lonely Planet guide book. A small ...
... take our picture - turns out she didn't press the shutter completely. She spoke English and asked where I was from. I said US, Wisconsin. She asked where I was from. Finally I understood she was asking where in Wisconsin. I said Appleton - she was from Little Chute.
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