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 ...
... freeway out of the city. I was a little jittery as passenger and navigator. I thought my days of L platers were over!
We made it to Chianti and it really is beautiful. Our destination was Castellina in Chianti. This is a really pretty little town. We had coffee and headed back to the car for a bit more of a look at the region. We drove as far as Sienna (about half an hour) and managed to drive all around the entire city without actually going into ...
... dragged him off the road! At this point I was waiting for the “I’m a doctor” person to magically appear from our group of riders…but, no such luck. I realised very quickly that everyone was standing around, whilst I, the only medically minded person tended to Clive. It was scary. It had been a very long time since I had to do first aid or emergency nursing! It was a battle to keep Clive from trying to get up and keep on going (bloody ...
... being rung today. Ponte Vecchio bridge which was built in 1345 and was not destroyed in any wars It was built by Taddi Gaddi.It was constuced because it was mean' t to replace an earlier edition. The bridge was built in roman times and built over the Anro river . There were many floods and the bridge got very damaged (The bridge was originally wooden ) so Taddi Gaddi descided to created a new edition maded out ...
... Christians, and the old columns and graves blend in well with the 13th century gold mosaics. And the shape of the building – octagonal – is also just wonderful.
Having negotiated a bargain, we then treated ourselves to a horse drawn carriage ride. Whilst not cheap (E50), it isn’t too bad with the 5 of us, and is a much easier way for the kids to see the city streets. It was lovely, and we trotted along past ...