Hotel Francia e Quirinale
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... who showed us out of the Santa Croce plaza to see more of the city. Just a few streets away, we turned the corner and I caught my first sight of Il Duomo in Florence. It was magnificent, and met all of my expectations. I can't wait until the free day in Florence tomorrow--I think we're going to climb the steps to the top of Il Duomo! (PS again the wifi is an issue so I'm not sure when this will be ...
... When I asked them about the situation in Taksim Square, they just rolled their eyes and didn't say anything.
When I arrived in Monterosso I had a quick look around, took some photos and then headed for lunch. The damage from the spring slide at the tunnel entrance still hasn’t been completely repaired, and they have large steel shipping containers arranged end-to-end to form a tunnel, which leads into the regular tunnel. I stopped ...
After a nice train journey we arrived in Florence, a beautiful city that is much less hectic and crazy than Naples. We had a nap then went to a nice restaurant, where we ordered local dishes that were very good. At night we went for a walk past the Pontevecchio bridge and other such attractions. Next day we went to the Duomo, then to Piazza del Signoria where there are many sculptures, including a replica of the statue of David. Later, we went for a ...
... we sat down to an antipasti tray and thin crust pizza, both using truffle butter, oil or tapenade.
We drifted off to a truffle coma each night in our great hostel room at the David Inn. You can’t help but have sweet dreams when the ceiling above you is painted with beautiful frescos. I guess in Florence even hostels have been touched by the hands of talented artists.
Taking a few immature photos of Mr.David,
Leann and ...
... the Uffizi's splendor. The Accademia is of course where the original Michaelangelo's David is located so this is our primary destination. We do also find many other sculptures to admire here as well but when we find David we are amazed at the huge presence this statue has in the space where it lives. It is imposing and impressive. Poor Maddie has to sit behind David's buttocks (there is a bench that lines the curved wall there) and admire David in all his naked glory. I have been ...