Borgo Scopeto Relais
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... for a year, Ferragamo opened a small store based in his parent's home. In 1914, he emigrated to Boston, where one of his brothers worked in a cowboy boot factory. After a brief stint at the factory, Ferragamo convinced his brothers to move to California, first Santa Barbara then Hollywood. It was here that Ferragamo found success, initially opening a shop for repair and made-to-measure shoes, which soon became prized items among celebrities of the day, leading to a long ...
... on this really fresh bread. It was so amazing. Then we came back to the apartment and napped then went back to Palazzo Bagogli to get our textbooks.
CIS abroad Quinnipiac students then received an email about a dinner they were having for us that evening. We all met up at Palazzo Bagogli (again) and Alessandro (our rep) walked us across one of the bridges to the other side where our restaurant was! We had the ...
... it, which shows the carving off to perfection. There are a number of great frescoes in the church and the surrounding chapels. One shows St Philip at the Temple of Mars - Mars waves his broken lance in a fit of rage, and Philip the Christian lets out a little dragon in retaliation. The dragon ***** (and you can see the cloud coming out of his bottom!!) which causes the pagan king's son to die. Another shows St John raising Druisiana from the dead, and the fresco ...
... best Lasagna! They sure know how to do things right around here.. Chris had a pasta dish with truffle sauce - also to die for. After dinner we walked around and came across a very neat shop that sold all sorts of wine, oil and vinegar. Chris got a bottle of wine and I splurged on 10 yr old balsamic vinegar ( a small bottle cost almost $50 Canadian) and some oil.. I will be very stingy with this when I get home lol!
Today I left Venice early in the morning and spent the day in Florence before taking the train to Rome. The weather was great so I spent most of the day walking around outside. I visited the duomo and climbed the clock tower which was quite a hike, there were lots of people who looked like they were going to pass out when they got to the top. After that I visited the pointe vecchio which is a famous old bridge now lined ...