Hotel Da Vinci
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... thank goodness. I am typing this entry sitting in the portico looking over Pistoia. Phil and Diane said they are having a lovely time. Di bought a $10 one size fits all dress at the market and she loves it.
The daughter of Giorgio has just brought us these tuscan specialty crispy bread treats filled with garlic, rosemary and parmesan cheese - yum. What a lovely family Giorgio has.
... cheat the European visa system! I'm not eating chickpeas straight from the can with my hands! (not the first time), I'm not being woken up at 2am by an elderly Mexican woman who sleeps with oranges under her pillow, yelling how she needs "MEDICO!" only to then disappear into the Florentine darkness dressed in her best sparkly outfit.
Sometimes the only thing left to do is have a glass/bottle of red and surrender. Surrender to ...
... Tuscan adventure. I make my way into Florence, across the bridge as the sun is setting, which is a striking sight with both the setting sun and the lights on the bridges and road. I head to the Regency Hotel as I've read they have an elegant lounge, and order a Dirty Martini with extra olives....It crossed my mind that perhaps cocktails weren't their specialty when along with the standard nuts, they bring me a large bowl of olives...uh oh ...
... of an activity, Aiden needed his turn too. And he choose the Leaning Tower of Pisa. So once again, we left our home base in Florence and took the hour train through the Tuscan countryside to the town of Pisa for a little walk through town to get to the tower. We just had time to climb the tower. A huge expense, but a once in a lifetime experience. Walking up the stairs makes you feel as if you've had one too ...
... by Michalangelo. Nothing really prepares you for walking into the long hallway that houses David. He can be found at the end under a Rennaissance styled dome built just for him. It is truly a magnificent sculpture that could easily captivate you for hours. Michalangelo was commissioned at 26 years old to carve this large-scale work of the Bible's David when he challenged Goliath. Michalangelo was known for working tirelessly through the night when he felt ...