Golden Tower Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... up a long line to get tickets to see all these attractions inside and we aren't bothered with queueing for a ticket so we skip it and just take pictures from the outside. We make our way to the tower and shoot it in different angles. Its quite cool to see the sensation up front. We read that there is constant work that is done to keep the tower leaning as it defies gravity but since the axis of the tower is completely straight there is no way that the tower will ever fall over. Done ...
A more leisurely start to this day on which we wanted to explore things on the other side of the Arno. After crossing the Ponte Vecchio we said hello to the friendly shopkeeper who sold us the leather jacket and he suggested that on such a sunny day we should walk to the Piazzale Michelangelo to take in the view. We followed his directions through the streets, parks and more steep steps and were delighted by ...
... while trying to find our way out, we entered a flower garden. That was so beautiful! It over looked the city as well, and there were couples kissing and laying on blankets. It was so romantic and cute. We had dinner at a wonderful restaurant and I had my first hamburger in Italy! We ended the night with watching the sunset on the bridge over the river. It was absolutely beautiful and I loved every second of it. ( seeing how sunsets are my favorite thing in the whole ...
If you are wondering just what that means it is Happy Christmas Eve. Thought it would be more fun than in english ;) Today was a very nice and relaxing day. We were able to go to the central market and spend bit more time there today. It seemed quite busy, but after talking to one of the vendors we found out that it was ...
... costume gallery. Up five million flights of stairs, I did see a lift as I entered the stairwell but I figured I'd be all right with a few stairs. Had I known how long I'd be climbing I would have taken it. By far the best part of the palace was the Boboli gardens. Beautifully manicured gardens out the back of the palace, they were the perfect place for lying in the sun and relaxing. Which is exactly what I did.