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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Cordova Florence
Nice place.. not fancy but we have a great view from our window..
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Friday brought unexpected work outs..
First it was raining in the morning.. we wore rain jackets and Rose bought a plastic poncho..let me explain.. there are a lot of tourist more than I have seen the last two times I was here. Long lines at the Dumo..really long.. the girls climbed the Dumo tower 1200 AD est..451 steeps.. I waited :).. …
Already we have been to so many parts of the city its starting to blur.. Santa Croce is amazing and there was an interesting avant guard art and fashion show with many young people dressed in black with mens hair tied in a bun on top..
we walked and walked and the city is just gorgeous..the many piazzas a great. It is a bit pricey but sooo …
Well we made it to Venice and then took a shuttle to the train station.. waited for 2 hrs and 90 euro to get on the train to Florence.. got in around 5pm and headed to the hotel.. low budget but ok and great view from our window.. …
... br> There’s no doubt that this is an impressive landmark, but the Cathedral and Baptistry are just as impressive, and the famous leaning campanile should be considered as a part of this complex. On its own… well it’s just a tower that’s slightly wonky. In fact, if you tilt your head slightly, it doesn’t even lean. It is flanked by a lovely emerald green lawn, which is unfortunately fenced off – it would be a great place to be able ...
... Toscano cheese and my weakness lots of Prosciutto. Well needless to say after all that we were not hungry for a big steak dinner, instead we went to a small restaurant right down the block from our place, Bianchi Cinghiale (The White Boar). Mary had a Suckling Pig dish that she loved. This time I had potato ravioli in the Boar sauce and I loved it.
Today (Friday) it was off to Siena but I’ll need to catch you up on that later.
Angelo and Mary.