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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Another musical joke. A humid trip to venice I was glad to get in although entertained by the room having a 'sitz' bath which I had to check wasn't an over large bidet. They do things differently over here. Felt too tired to do much so had a wander down the road and found I'm less that 10 mind walk from the duomo. Wow. That's all I can say now. Wow. It's not as I expected. I'm glad I've got some time here ...
... my family was there 10 years ago. We have to eat cereal out of mugs with plastic cutlery, and all the bread is stale. Good thing the OJ and hot chocolate is nice!
We finally caught the right bus, after discovering a different timetable for Sunday’s, and met Mohit, Nara, Sasha and Pariza at Saint Maria Novella for a Renaissance walking tour. Our guide accidentally spat a lot, but he was very knowledgeable and took us to some cool ...
... and now I had a cardie I didn't really need. Next was the Santa Maria Novella, which was way better, and not just because I could take photo's... It was because the staff were much nicer ;-)
Santa Maria Novella is a beautiful church in, red, green and white marble, like the Duomo. It has enormous oil paintings on the walls. I found myself wondering about the stations of the cross. I always thought every Catholic church had the stations of the cross around the ...
... as well. When the girls left, a woman from another table and her husband came to sit with me. They and another couple insisted on having a photo taken with me. We talked for another 15 minutes or so, and they wanted information on a variety of topics, which I was happy to provide (SIM cards, rail websites, etc.). This was certainly one of my more unusual dining experiences in Europe, almost on par with being mistaken for Babbo Natale in Sicily last year!
My room in the B&B has its own little fresco on il soffitto (the ceiling). So I wake each morning to my own private Museo di Firenze and the aroma of fresh brewed caffe. The breakfast room is just feet from my bedroom door, but all the guests are very quiet in the morning. They are all young English couples here on holiday and very polite. I have never been woken up during the night to any loud noises or parties. It's very peaceful here. I quickly inhale a couple chioccolati ...