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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... Del Croce Church but it wasn't very long so in we went! At last a warm dry place with interesting things to look at! We grabbed an audio guide and immediately discovered what a gem we had found. Inside the Santa Del Croce are entombed a lot of famous Italians including Galileo and Michelangelo. It was pretty amazing! Dinner that night was at a restaurant that Marco had suggested to us and true to his word it was great! I had a beef stew and Ryan ...
... at home which is SO STUPID!) and the Duck entrée. Christopher orders a goat cheese creamed appetizer and the Duck. Now, wine – the last time we were here he chose the wines for us, and gave us some options – we mentioned we’d like to do the same and we’re off! DINNER WAS AMAZING! The wine selections also amazing. We each got a different wine with our appetizer, because, well…they were different!! The pairings were spot ...
... the painting of the Annunciation by Filippo Lippi and the Old Sacristy, an architectural gem designed by Brunelleschi that consists of a perfect cube topped by a dome, which was used as a burial chapel by the Medici .
Other areas of the church complex, which include the Medici Chapels and a library designed by Michelangelo, were not open today. But we did enter the arched crypt below ground, where there are numerous reliquaries on display, plus the ...
... little frames. I started to haggle the price down from 20 euros, and the artist kept making jokes about how American I was and telling my dad how I was going to be the manager of a company when I grew up. When we agreed on a price, he told me about how he draws in the park listening to My Chemical Romance (throooowback) and Fun. He also had me read the motto of his business card outloud: “Be yourself, ever, and nobody can tell that you’re doing it ...
... Florentine royalty, a Marquis whose
friendship has evolved after several years of shared business interests, or sharing laughter and dining with friends and family, the result of my sister's residence in this city in the 1960s and 70s.
Being able to have breakfast on a terrace with the sun pouring down on us after leaving the gray and ...