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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFirenze Suite Florence
Amazing rooms and Fabulous inn keeper Blerina!
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... one of the best things to do because it is so relaxing). That night my roommates and I went to aperitivo at Negroni across the bridge, which is something they typically do before dinner but we did it as dinner. It consists of ordering a drink and with that drink, you have unlimited access to this buffet of appetizers for only 10 euro, so naturally we got like 2 rounds of the appetizers which filled us up. Then we got gelato and went home and hung out.
... for breakfast and also wine and pickies. After chilling out in the arvo we were joined by Elisa, Umberto and their little sausage dog Rocko! We said we wanted to meet Rocko because he looked so adorable from their photos on AirBnB. We got talking and we ended up having another bottle from their wine collection. This one didn't even have a label, it was amazing!! Turns out they are both architects that work for this small company that have some really ...
... Neptune is definitely my favourite statue. I just love the positioning, as he's looking at over at David, who is looking the other way. Is that deliberate?? Have they quarreled? I keep wondering what the look is on Neptune's face as he looks at David. Is it envy at David's youth and beauty? Somehow I think it is more irritation at it all; a sort of "look at you, you think you know it all, you arrogant kid!: What do you think Neptune's thinking?
... arrives, a girl next to us asks if we're South African as she's from Joburg, so we strike up a conversation. Next thing, on the other side of us an older man holds up his cap - I Love Cape Town. An entire gaggle of Saffas all sitting next to each other in the middle of Florence (lots of exclamations of 'small world hey!'). Then we finish off the Palace by checking out the Boboli Gardens. It is ...
... a feast. Louis's body reacted very badly to the bites, it looked like he had leprosy or broke out in hives the way they covered his arms and neck. Puffed and red and very visible. Tony's was bad too because they covered his entire body - hands, arms, chest, back, stomach, thighs, and worst of all, the feet. Poor dudes. That attack would make anyone miserable.
You can read about my final day in Florence in an upcoming ...