Hotel Restaurant La Scaletta
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- It's kind of funny how we get giddy with the idea of staying in a location for longer than 4 days. When we have four or more days in one hotel, we totally unpack and make the hotel our home. It's so nice to just get all comfy.
- There are cafes that have TONS of loaves of bread, but won't sell the bread outright …
... came into Florence. Their bank was the largest in Europe during the 15th century which allowed Cosomo de Medici to be elected into government. Interesting fact - the Medici family established the general ledger system that we still use today in accounting with credits and debits. As they rose to power, the constructed several churches and palaces around the the city and the city walls had to be moved further out. Once ...
... scorching hot day so we just went back to the hostel in the afternoon and sat in the courtyard. Later we were joined by our hostel buddies for food and drinks. We also met 2 loud funny americans Sepia and Melissa who teach English in china. Ohh man I had the worst ever sleep last night thanks to a mosquito (or several of them) buzzing around my face!! Happy to be staying in a private room in Rome ...
... We eventually ended up back near the train station where there was a gelato bar that had an interesting beer selection. One of the Choices was the Legendary "Duff Beer." If you're a Simpsons fan, you know damn good and well the significance of this beer. In the Simpsons, it's the only beer that Homer drinks and up to that point in my life, I was misinformed thinking Duff Beer was a fictional drink. We had to try it so we bought ...
... We rolled in to the station in the early evening and decided with the help of our google map and GPS on my iphone to walk to our hotel, which was close to the Ponte Vecchio. Although the hotel didn’t seem too far on the map the cobble stone streets and narrow walkways made the going a little slow as we negotiated all the pedestrians and cars. Our bags held up really well, but definitely put some miles on those wheels as we bumped and rolled through ...