Grand Hotel & La Pace
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We finally got to sleep in on Tuesday, the wake up call wasn't until 6:30! We took the bus from Milan to Florence, only stopping for lunch at a reststop. It was only about a three hour drive, so we arrived in the city around noon. Our first stop was a leather making demonstration, which kind of fell short of my expectations, but it was still interesting. Leather products are a huge deal in Florence and ...
... waking up today, as the Garbage Trucks begin their rounds at about 05:00. This routine is accompanied by the loud whine of hydraulics and loud clattering and banging as each bin is emptied (there about six bins just outside the front door of the hotel). There are also the sounds of delivery trucks coming and going and Motorinos as people head to work.
This is the day I planned to take a day trip to the Cinque Terre, so I’ll have to ...
11/12/2012 - Well, another day in Florence. Temperature has dropped down to about 6
degrees. But the sun is shining, and the skies are blue, so an excellent day for exploring. What to see and do? Just walk around, explore, take it all in. Drink some fine coffee, maybe a glass of excellent Chianti, perhaps a bowl of glorious pasta.
... another fantastic Italian dinner with our group. The next morning we walked the streets to the shopping district seeing amazing architecture and statues everywhere, toured the Duomo and the Museum of San Marco a former monastery which now houses many works of Renaissance art and original frescoes in each of the monk's rooms. Galileo and Michelangelo are buried in one of the cathedrals in Florence. This afternoon we were guided through ...
... our way to the beautiful Boboli Gardens. Time didn’t permit a visit for us, but we’d highly recommend making an afternoon out of visiting these gardens which looked huge and well worth the ticket cost to enter. Also on the other side of the river was the not so well known Piazzale Michelangelo. Wow! Our steeply stepped trek to the piazzale brought us to stunning panoramic views of Florence and the surrounding area. Again, thanks ...