B&B Hotel Firenze City Center
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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I woke up early at 4:30am and looked out my window to see the rain had stopped and it was starting to get light outside. I got up to use the restroom and decided to run out to the rooftop terrace to see if I'd be greeted with a breathtaking sunrise. I found it was still too early for the sun, and I, in agreeance, promptly returned to bed.
Before falling asleep (unplanned, and with the light on), I'd set my alarm for 7:00am knowing as a result of ...
DAY 4 (Monday May 4) "Tuscany and the Countryside"
Got up early and got ready and packed up. After another fabulous breakfast from our host, Laura, we said our goodbyes, took photos and exchanged info then we met our driver again for the trip to Milano Centrale train station. After a 1 hour drive we were at the city of Milano and the Centrale train station.
... statue is really impressive and to be thought that it is made of one piece of marble!! On the way back to the hostel, it was still raining (quite heavy too) and I got absolutely soaked. I actually had to wring my hair out before I went inside the building because it was dripping wet!
The next day, being Easter Sunday and the first Sunday of the month it was rather busy in town as there is free entrance to the museums plus the ...
... we are on a walking tour the ground is uneven, especially when there are cobblestones involved (which is almost everywhere in Italy) Antonella cautions us 'Piano, Piano' which means slowly, slowly. Piano has other meaning also, one being the musical instrument and also means floor (that explains the why elevator in the last hotel said piano 2, piano 3). Prego is also used a lot and means you're welcome, please and to pray. How ...
... a focus, but all sides were connected by rows that went around the whole dome, a bright skylight in the middle. Christina tooks us to various parts to show us different views of the ceiling. After trying to get a good photo, I just stared. It was incredibly impressive and unforgettable.
The statue of David was the final destination, so we made our way into the Galleri dell’Accademia. The first hall was full of ...