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... ordered two pizzas & two glasses of wine. Yup, wine again...it is like water here. We sat at a wine barrel table and ended up sharing it with a couple from California & one from Finland. The place was the size of a subway shop and in the hour we were there eating they went from order number 45 to 93! It was crazy busy! There was still a line outside when we left. The pizza was fresh, the sauce delicious, huge clumps of fresh mozzarella & all cooked in ...
... It has a very eclectic collection, from frescoes and statues, to door knobs and rugs, collected over centuries from all over the world. We were about the only visitors, which made it even better! From there we headed to the Uffizzi which has a huge collection of art started by Francis de Medici - it is a world famous gallery and we have been wanting to visit it for sometime. The are rooms dedicated to Botticelli's work (Garth loved the Birth of Venus ...
... trains - you'll be there before dinner. Where is your hostel? Good - you can see many things from there.
"Take it. No, please do. It's an investment. In culture. In young people. I can't help the whole world; today I help you. Get out of my car. Ciao!"
He stuffs the bill into my pocket, pulls up to the station, wishes me off, wishes me luck. A quick backhand to the shoulder. As I grab my back pack he leans in one last time.
"She is eternal, you know. ...
We have only had a few days actually in the classroom for Family Business and it's great because we've had the opportunity to see a lot of Florence that I may not have been able to do on my own.
Monday, we went to visit the Antico Setificio Fiorentino which is a textile company that started in late 1700s. Their antique silks for tapestries and other products are prestigious and their price definitely reflects the quality. The looms are weaved in the small facility by ...
... for one night and they dragged our suitcases up the street with us following so we didn't complain.
Best of all free wifi Internet! I had had to pay a euro an hour in Rome.
After checking in we had a nap because we were both exhausted then went to meet Uncle Tony and Aunty Rosetta for dinner and a night tour ...
Other places to stay in Donnini
Via Provinciale per Tosi 7, Donnini | 4 star hotelfrom $115