Country Hotel Borgo Sant'Ippolito
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... We were in Florence within two hours and it was fairly easy to find out hostel, although it was raining a little bit. We spent the day wandering in the rain crossed the ponte veccchio, and went to the Basilica of Santa Croce, the Duomo which was enormous. It wasn't as ornately decorated as other churches but it just made the painting on the ceiling more ...
... Then we went on a gondola ride and bargained for a good price and got one! it was a thirty minute ride and im glad that we didnt pass it up because YOVO. youre only in venice once. We walked around some more and then got Nutella and jelly sandwiches to make for dinner w Pringles and pretzels. We have been making a lot of our own dinners at the grocery store to save money and have been getting about one meal out a day which helps when you're on a budget especially since European ...
... might be something I use my brain for when I'm having a quiet day :) Saturday 20 April 2013: Saturday was just a really long yucky day in transit. I got up early and made my way to the train station by 9.30am. I talked to some funny and nice Canadians on my second train, but otherwise it was a quiet day. I arrived in Venice in the evening and went grocery shopping with a nice Japanese girl. Then played on Facebook and went to bed. Weird that I just sat around all day on a ...
We headed to Florence in the afternoon at 2.40 and got to Florence after swapping trains. We found our hostel and settled in. We then went down for a few beers at the hostel and headed out for dinner. We found a quiet place that served awesome food and had a bottle of red.we headed out after that and did a bar hop, it turned out to be a pretty big night. The next day we ...
... qualities of form proves to be a little difficult. ;-) I had a quick penne al pomodoro at a nearby osteria before walking to the Palazzo Pitti and Boboli Gardens. This next place was almost a couple miles away, just south of the Arno river. I love all the exercise I'm getting here! The Giardini Boboli (Boboli Gardens) is incredibly vast and quite peaceful. At 11 acres large, it contains sculptures dating back to the 16th century. Constructed in 1550 for the wife of one of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility