Giotto Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... on it! Eating and drinking receive a good degree of our attention, particularly in the absence of other commitments. There's time to sit and enjoy coffee, compare different versions of espresso, enjoy our negroni and compare it with last night's, or the one we had in Venice or Taormina, etc. We are now being treated as regulars by Bar Ricchi, a couple of doors down. The barman made our negronis when he saw us approaching so they arrived immediately we sat at a table! Wine ...
we began today by having a small "survival" tour of the city that included most of the markets and shops where we could purchase things that we had forgotten at home. I have yet to find a refilable water bottle. We ended the tour at the major indoor market where my roommates and i had lunch and got a few groceries! after we had an amazing cooking class by one of the professional cooking teaching schools in Florence. it was soooooooo good!!! we had Caprese di Melanzane which ...
... Dinner was good. Pasta, meat and dessert. Just like always but the waiters this time were so cute. After dinner the restaurant is connected to the hotel and so we had a dance party. We danced from songs ranging from Queen to the Cotton Eye Joe. Tomorrow is a day on our own in Florence. I'm still working on pics. I'm sorry but it kind of looks like it will have to wait until I have access to a computer but I'll keep ...
... of those in my guts, chased it with a coffee but apart from that, all we had time for was to look at the beautiful church, admire the view and throw someone's nicely raked pile of leaves into the air just so we could get a nice photo. **** kids eh? Correct! Tonight in Florence we did a groovy town tour that showed us the sights, went to leather shop for a demonstration and then to a karaoke bar. The history part of the tour was great, we saw the old palace where the well-to-do family ...
... s clever engineering plans. Similar to many other European churches, there is no admission fee to enter the cathedral, so we waited in line to go inside. Because people are often simply filing through the main interior of the church, these lines move quite quickly and it wasn't long before we were inside gazing up at the painted interior of the dome. Surprisingly visitors are allowed to photograph inside this church.
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