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.
... The outside of the Duomo is a piece of artwork itself. The building took 200 years to reach completion and the outside facade was replaced in the 16th century. Compared to the outside the inside walls are quite plain but the dome is remarkable with designs by Donatello, Paolo Ucecello and Lorenzo Ghiberti, with intricate painting and stained glass windows.
After a little more wondering around and taking in the city we made our ...
... with the Italian language barrier.
Our landlord, Walter, who is literally obsessed with me came over this week to collect our rent from us. He was super nice and sweet and now he has come off really creepy. He tried inviting me to dinner with him...I thought all of us girls were invited but he insisted that only one person could fit on his moped. Since, he is obsessed with me he brought some Limencello over, which is an ...
... English but said in Italian that the Police shut him down previously because he didn’t have the correct permits. (I'm assuming he has the Permits tonight?).
That was a nice ending to an interesting day.
2013 June 15 - Saturday
Breakfast this morning was a bit "quieter" than the last few days, as there was no one there that I had spoken with before except for the couple from Venezuela. In trying to communicate with them, ...
... frescos on the walls that mirror the Duomo and dark mahogany wood paneling. Such a warm atmosphere. The wine list is extensive and the menu exquisite. And, I am pleased to say that I finally had my first fabulous meal here in Firenze. I enjoyed a smooth, very well balanced, Brunello from Montalcino. Favuloso! That went very well with my homemade ravioli filled with ricotta in a light butter sauce. Of course, one glass of vino was almost just as expensive as my pasta dish, but since it ...