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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I decided to climb the dome of the Duomo on our last afternoon in Florence. Yes, all 463 steps of it! It was so amazing to climb the old stairs that so many have climbed and take in such a breath-taking view. Pictures truly do not do it justice. Standing up there and overlooking the city of Florence is one memory I know I will never forget.
... pubic hair sitting on top of them. It actually made you just stop and take it all in. It captivated me and I know how it sounds and how it would have looked as I was just staring up at a statue but it was something else. We left shortly after completing our free admission!!! Get it.
I left the girls to wander and as we parted ways I noticed how large both lines were and they were at least 150 people long! I walked back towards our hostel and did ...
... Renaissance. The city was flooded in 1966 by the Arno river and millions of masterpieces of art and rare books was destroyed. After the flood, the National Library of Florence was established to repair and restore the damaged pieces and even today much work is left to be done to finish the restorations.
We have concluded our last meal here in Florence and now we prepare for our trip back to Rome tomorrow and then....home!
... of bruschetta mista and this was by far my favorite place for it. I was pretty adventurous and tried all the weird kinds too. There was one that was a brown pate looking colour and I found out it was chicken liver. Our tour guide said it was a traditional kind in Tuscany, so, of course that meant I had to try it. It was pretty good and savory and Brittany was shocked I actually liked it. The other adventurous kind I liked was the kind with shaved fat on top. ...
... good conversations and laughs. What I also did not mention in the last blog is that the restaurant Dal Gal I think is a 30 year business. The owner of the restaurant greeted us in English and explained the history of the restaurant. All the food items on the menu where his grandmother's recipe.
I miss the Verona and the smell of sweet vanilla at our home, the sound of birds chirping, the lemon tree and the nice breeze. The history of the B&B that we stayed at in ...