Hotel Da Vinci
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... Renaissance paintings. If my AP Art History memory serves me right, it was more of a Romanesque style. Then we had lunch at a Michelin rated restaurant, because I was looking for more attractions and got us really lost.
Last night we went to Vogue Fashion Night Out, which was beyond epic! Every store in the entire center was open, and serving free wine and food! I didn't eat dinner, specifically for the occasion. 15 glasses ...
... road, we could not turn back so we sped down the hill, hoping we could exit at the end, the chianti grapes were so close at one point I could have leaned out of the window and grabbed a bunch!!! The kids had the best time, I was trying to navigate us out of it and a huge dust storm blew up behind us..every day here is an adventure... Enjoying the cool air of the fan this evening, preparing for a 95 degree day in Roma ...
... t go passed chilli chocolate, ricotta & fig and gorgonzola! Weird and wonderful!
In something of a bookend moment, my phone battery went flat on our last night. This was our only alarm to wake in time for Ryan's very early flight the next day. Luckily, I'd picked up an adaptor along the way and was able to recharge it but I did have to sit up and watch a little more True Blood while it charged enough to set the alarm for 3.30am! No sooner did I ...
... that I am eating authentic Italian food. The Italians do not usually eat a big breakfast; they usually have a pastry with their morning coffee. Lunch is also fairly light. Dinner is their big meal, with many different courses. However, being a typical poor college student, I usually just order the first course of pasta when out at a restaurant. The Italians eat dinner fairly late, around 8-8:30pm. I like this schedule because it allows me to do homework and run errands ...
We enjoyed our late afternoon walk around the Tower and Basilica, but didn't climb the tower on account of the steep cost. No one complained as we have done a lot of climbing lately!
The interior of the Basilica was attractive - employing contrasting dark and light marble in a Byzantine effect.
Our return trip into Florence was again easy with the sat nav. On the way, we received a much anticipated text from Corinne to say ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking