Park Hotel Chianti
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... it doesn't have the soaring columns and windows of other cathedrals, so it's very dark and oppressive. In the crypt are the remains of the 4C AD Roman church with mosaics and frescoes which was more interesting. We climbed up to the top of the campanile which was designed by Giotto - 407 steps! - and the views were spectacular. The Baptistry next door has beautiful bronze ...
... no one knows for sure when it's open
-Via Campo D'Arrigio 14. It is Open only during the week (Monday-Friday) and is open between 12am-3am.
I definitely have taken advantage of living in a city full of secret
little bakeries and I recommend, if ever visiting, to do the same! Go to
them as often as you possibly can, because they are honestly heaven on
your lips. You will not regret it.
... Didn't like the town area much here. Onto San Gimignano, touristy in the extreme, but beautiful nonetheless. Wandering and browsing shops for a few hours so ended up staying for dinner. Lovely 'pici' pasta (local specialty) with sausage and truffle oil and a really nice local red. Strikes us how all the women we've encountered running restaurants work with so much purpose, but always smiling and laughing. They really do seem to enjoy themselves. Tonight there was an old ...
... tour we got free dinner with API members, which gave me a chance to meet some more girls from the program. After, we went out to a pub with some people and meet up with some girls at an American bar. As we were exploring the next day Sydnee, my roommate, waved to a man siting on this private lawn. He turned to us and invited us in... sounds really creepy and it kind of was. But we went in, it ended up being the oldest boat club in Italy. It was so cool! All the ...
... for kids to do and shops and food places open. It had an amazing carnival atmosphere. It was great walking around soaking in the atmosphere. We loved being there. I would definitely come back to Florence at this time of the year.
Wednesday 1St May - Day 8
Rest day - washing, reading, computer time etc......until Tim discovered the train ticket I thought was dated 5/5/13 was actually dated 4 April. So we interrupted our rest day ...