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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... go up to the top of the tower buttttt we all know my cheap ass wasn't a) going to pay anything just to see a view of the route I'd just walked and b) going to walk up 300 odd steps, no siree. But you can get great photos from the outside and I have to say, watching all the people doing the old, "holding up the tower" poses made for great entertainment of an afternoon. It really does seem to defy gravity; photos don't do the degree to which it leans justice. Back ...
Hi Everyone, I am now in Florence, Tuscany. They have the best gelato in the whole world! We are staying in a small old apartment. To get to the city we have to cross the river Arno by the Ponte Vecchio. The Ponte Vecchio is a bridge. It looks older than all of the other bridges in Florence because it was the only bridge the Nazis didn't bomb. Instead of bombing the bridge they bombed holes on either side of the bridge so that Allies couldn’t drive their tanks ...
Officially made it through my second week of classes and I am learning so much from all them and learning the Italian Culture. Even though I dont agree with some of their customs especially during dinner time, I'm glad I will be able to say that I lived and experienced another culture outside of ours. We have almost lived here a month already and We thought we would be more homesick by now but we haven't. The time is still really hard ...
Day 271 2 hrs, 2.4 kms Empoli is at the intersection between the north-south and east-west trains. A large, flat town with a peaceful plaza where the locals--many of them immigrants come to relax in the evening... I take a stroll up and down the narrow streets, stop for a gelatto... then decide to call it a ...
... It is not in the Ufizzi but there is a copy outside. The detail in these statues is like those in The Louvre and the Musee de Orsay. Michelangelo, for one, studied corpses to understand the underlying bones and muscles.
We saw a painting from Leonardo da Vinchi's early age and one much later in his career. There was a huge difference although some of the paintings were finished by his students so it is hard ...