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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... up like nothing happened! It had hailed so much that it looked like there was snow everywhere!!! After the storm had cleared and the mess had been cleaned up, I met up with a few friends to go see museums! Unfortunately every single museum was closed! Apparently flooding is a problem here, especially when they are not used to getting any amount of hail. We ended ...
... an obligatory selfie with David, before leaving to peruse the rest of the gallery.
After leaving the gallery, we found ourselves back at the Duomo, and decided that it would be fun to climb up the Campanile di Giotto – the bell tower attached to the Cathedral. We waited in line for thirty minutes to be able to access the tower, which is nearly 300ft high and has excellent views over the city. As it’s so old, and so narrow, they limit ...
Italy! Immediately notice it's a poorer country. Boost across an check out the leaning tower of Pisa, certainly a slope! Then off to Florence, set up an meet back up with black Betty an fat dressy after 3 weeks, big night catching up on stories an adventures especially after they hit tomorrowland an Ibiza! Check out Florence in the morning, see some church's an plenty of Michelangelos penis statues.. Didn't bless the men very much! Then road trip to ...
Woke up at 7 and went straight into town to catch the opening of Galleria dell'Accademia, to see the infamous David statue by Michelangelo. Once we got in there was one thing on both of our minds, find the David, after walking past many beautiful Italian renaissance artwork, we finally reached it. It was massive. No pictures were allowed, but being the badass I am, I got one. After the Accademia we made our way to Walter's Gold & Silver Shop, we ...
... next morning and decided upon the idea that we will see the statue of David at he Academia. The travel books tell us to make sure you have reservations but we decided to try to see it anyways. After waiting 1.5 hours, we finally got to see the impressive statue of David. Darlene said he had big hands and big feet, but less than impressive endowments which made me feel better! The statue was a in fact a site to behold. We then ventured ...