Hotel Francia e Quirinale
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... views of various pretty spots. Back to the car and home again. Lesley does seem a little better – good that she stayed home today.
Relaxing at home was nice and now Craig and I are preparing a risotto and salad dinner with rock melon and prosciutto primo. We are listening to David Niven’s audio book THE MOON’S A BALLOON – interesting but he is wanky!
Love to everyone - ...
... in time for us to get in. I knew the climb was high to the top but I didn't realize it was going to be that much. Everything was claustrophobic and going in circles, we were all out of breath so at one point we took a break. Once we got to the top it was breathtaking. It was such a nice day out for it, the view was spectacular and am so happy I got to see that. We just stayed up for there for about an hour just staring out and taking pictures. It was one of my favorite things we have ...
Despite a few days of rain we still managed to get out and about in Florence, walking everywhere. On Tuesday I was so relieved to see the sun back out as I had a three hour private photography lesson. I met Eduardo at 9:30 am at the Piazza Santa Trinita and I spent three hours photographing churches, bridges, doors and statues and walked miles of this city with a young man who was born in Florence and who has a great love for his city. As well as being a wonderful photographer ...
... and found our hotel, meandering through narrow streets and over small bridges. We have just checked in. Apparently Venice is beautiful by night, but it's raining at the moment so there wont be many stars out. No photos of Venice yet, will take some tonight and tomorrow. Now its time to find somewhere to eat, its 8pm.
P.S We are slowly getting used to all the Bells ringing
... installed in 1919 for the 400th anniversary of his death. Still confident he isn't buried there...
Today, Saturday, we are off to Vinci for what appears to be quite a good museum dedicated to Leonardo. It supplied all of the pieces for the traveling museum that came to Perth a few years ago. I didn't get to see it ...