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Travel Blogs from Florence
Ryan and I beat the heat of the day up with an early start - we finished the last of the figs we'd picked straight from the neighbouring trees and packed up once more to head back to Florence to return our precious Panda. I drove to get a little more practice in with the benefit of an instructor - next time, I'll be on my own!
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... So I find a full day class in Cortona, which was on my radar to visit, as 'Under the Tuscan Sun' is one of my favourite movies. I email them and see what's available this week, and get a quick response back saying they only have a class available the following day....I google the directions and as it's only just over an hour from Florence, decide to go for it. So I book it in, and tell them I'm a bit worried about getting lost but I'll leave early and we ...
... the city from Piazzale Michelangelo on top of the hill. Keep tripping over brides in this city...plus squads of young 18- 20 year olds, and a few telltale Contiki busses. Mmmm time to head back to the quiet neighbourhood of our hotel, and pick up some antipasta and wine from the local supermercato! Catch up some email, but having problems with my phone...trying to renew the credit, but the instructions are in Italian, no actual person on the ...
... with a couple from New York that had boarded in Cortona. They had been on a bike trip and were also going to Florence. The woman was quite upset because Delta had lost her checked luggage, so she had no Camera or a lot of her clothing. It would hopefully be waiting at their hotel in Florence.
When I arrived at Firenze SMN station, I stopped at McDonald's for a Burger as I was getting quite hungry (I know, eating at McD's is sacrilege in Italy, but ...
... di Academia for another dose of serious culture acquisition. The gallery's main feature is that it has Michelangelo’s 'David’ which he completed at 24 but equally interesting to us was the 4 uncompleted works that it holds which are fantastic in that one can see how he went about things. They were commissioned by a Pope who died & are still quite fascinating to see. The rest of the works are mainly 13th -15th ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
Such a disappointing end to an otherwise wonderful trip around Tuscany. There is nothing to recommend about this hotel. The room was awful, two horrible beds pushed together and sold as a double, dirty and dated decor, disgusting breakfast, bad location and the single rudest and least helpful staff of the whole trip.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.