B&B Hotel Firenze Novoli
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... most expensive food item gram for gram. It was great but I'm not sure I'd spend the money on that in the US, where it can be 5 -10 times as expensive as here where they're found. That meal at a Trattoria (Mario???) really wasn't too expensive, but the place is so popular you are squashed in with other people at small tables and you get bumped a lot. Steaks are big here, as in large and popular. A lot of people here were eating ...
... millie" and move on to the next stop.
It is late afternoon now and we are off to Siena. A picturesque little town that is quite hilly. We get an hour and a half to spend here. The walk up was a little steep but we were a little preoccupied with the pictures that we were getting here. So beautiful to have the terracotta walls in the foreground with the green hills and vineyards of the Tuscan countryside all lit in the afternoon sun. Bellisimo! Hinesh and I spend most of our ...
... products. Lunch the greatest lasagna and a glass of red followed by a gelati! after exploring the city for the afternoon it was off to a chianti winery in the hills of Tuscany. A family winery for 25 years, Christian the owner showed us how he made his wines before we sampled four of his products with a four course dinner, the freshest and most flavorsome meal, home cooked by his family! Then home to pack and prepare for the journey to the eternal ...
... large with three floors and many rooms of art, I asked one of the room attendants which rooms we should watch for. She gave us good guidance and that helped narrow down where we should focus versus wandering cluelessly (which we still did). We did find the Venus, as well as Leonardo da Vinci's Annunciation, Raphael's Madonna and Michelangelo's Holy Family. Having the audio guide was very helpful, especially in ...
... to climb the stairs and are greeted with all of Florence at our feet. We are perched one building from the wall of Boboli gardens with an unobstructed view, turn left and take in a birds eye view of the Palazzo Vecchio turrets, the full Duomo above the rooftops and the Arno and church spires as far as the horizon in every direction…(also the next-door neighbors lounge room with their TV and dinner table set), but that is the ...