Golden Tower Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... true cross must have been pretty large judging by all the pieces of it that people had in their possession…..
Long wonderful day. We did not get home until 6:30. Had a glass of wine and we all met for dinner at 7:30. First course was tortellini soup, the second was vegetables on rice, and the third was veal with a truffle sauce and a yummy cauliflower side, last was a flourless chocolate cake - very tasty and more waddling to bed. ...
... of the greater church's high ceilings,decorated areas and other space complexities that were off limits to visitors. I was only allowed to walk into the chapel space and the area in front of it that had pew benches for observation but I was surprised that I could be directly in front of the frescoes and walk around the chapel space they were in; no barriers, protective glass or ropes. The greater interior of Santa Maria del Carmine was quite dark and ascended high, which encouraged ...
... and tried doing the same thing with entire sage leaves, which turned out to be a good decision. Both the sage and the zucchini flowers, with a little bit of salt, crunched and melted in your mouth, like a version of fried dough that leaves you feeling slightly less guilty.
The tomatoes that we had waiting patiently in the refrigerator were the precursor to a delicious bruschetta (pronounced 'broo - SKE - tah'). After this ...
... arrived first and was surprised we already had figured out how to use the washing machine and all the appliances. This apartment was the nicest one we stayed in and had all the modern conveniences, including an American coffee maker (gasp!). Eventually, Eleanora came, went over a couple things briefly, then departed. But, most importantly, Alessandra had informed us the best gelato in Florence was just across the bridge from ...
... the technology existed to build such a dome. But the Florentines had confidence that they would one day develop the technology to build a dome - and they finally did. Once again, because we are traveling "off-season", it was easy to see the inside of the cathedral, i.e., no lines. Nonetheless, the Sunday/Monday closures kept us out of the Duomo Baptistry, Dome, Tower ...