Giotto Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... tours as her main job. She also freelances and writes articles. She seems very bright and bubbly and very knowledgable. We start off at a coffee place where we try expresso - arabica and robusta - both very strong and bitter and first thing in the morning, hard to take but I can imagine they would be excellent after a large evening meal to cut "through the sludge" that sits around our middles!! This cafe also provides the really expensive coffee that is found ...
... animal head. Others climb up the side of the opposite building and one hangs on a tightrope across the narrow square. The artist says this is meant to tell us not to give up and to stretch ourselves! .
Twenty-first century art appears alongside Renaissance masterpieces!
On to the market area for lunch. The indoor Mercato Centrale is almost hidden amongst the outdoor circling tents ...
... the statue of Neptune. Walked past the house where Michelangelo lived as well as Leonardo de Vinci. Visited a leather wok demonstration/factory and had the opportunity to purchase leather goods. They made a wide variety coats, bags, belts, shoes, etc, however, a couple of coach loads of Asians came and overwhelmed the shop! Couldn't stand them pushing and shoving so had to get out!!! Decided to do our own leather shopping elsewhere! This ended our walking tour with the ...
... realised the place was in the parallel street. We arrived and was met by Walter the brother of Selene who owns the accommodation. After settling we went out to find some breakfast for tomorrow. Realising that most things are closed on Sunday we finally found a small corner store. Meats on the shelves ready to slice, fruit and vegetables in a small side room and an array of cheeses. It was delightful. We found a park to walk through. At ...
... to the amazing ceilings in each of the rooms.
I continue to be amazed at how certain art works are considered famous, while others are not. What causes Venus to be a "must see", while the piece right next to it, which could be just as magnificent is not? I remember seeing the Mona Lisa and thinking it was less than amazing. Oh well, someone thought it was!
After the Uffizi, we were ready for a break ...