Golden Tower Hotel & Spa
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... right in the middle of the heart of Florence with a lot of beautiful churches and sculptures.
The florence cathedral is a massive building that has to be one of the largest churches we've seen. You can't even visually take it all in from one vantage point. A few steps away is the Campanile di Giotto, a large Medieval tower like structure, and Neptune's Fountain all within a few blocks of each other. We saw some truly remarkable statues ...
Getting here was easy, fast train, 1st class, and taxi throughout the busy streets. Our B&B is small but quiet and very Tuscan in the middle of a very busy tourist area. The Duomo is one of the biggest we have seen and the actual cupola is so worth the 400 plus steps for the view, as is the tower opposite. To finish off our first day in Florence we trudged up (again) to Piazza Michelangelo to enjoy the sunset with Campari soda and pizza. The next day included the ...
... the train at that point (some of us jumped, some of us limped off) to catch another train to Florence. We had a walking tour of this beautiful little town including a stop at a leather factory, Piazza del Duomo, Ponte Vecchio (the old bridge, the only remaining original bridge in Florence), and the Piazza Della Republica. Our guide, William really brought the town and its rich history to life. The majority of our large group left at this point to go to Pisa while our group ...
... to the hotel to pick up Lidia and go to La Spada where we met my friend Franco Sala who came to Florence at my request. Franco lives in Orvieto and owns a restaurant in the most amazing Hill town in Italy, Civita Di Bagnoregio. I met Franco in 2003 when Lidia took me in Civita. Laura and I returned in 2009, and 2010, then met him in Orvieto in 2012, and 2013. That was the highlight of yet another wonderful day in Italy in my favorite place, Florence with wonderful ...
... weight of the timber and slam them quickly shut. O dear, this had better be a tour or we are in trouble!
We pass through the stairwell seeing where the paintings that were damaged in the 90s car bomb are – rehung with their skins blasted off as a memorial of the damage done. Then a right hand turn walks us along the riverside above the archways on the street below, we are allowed photos from the little round criss cross barred windows but ...