Grand Hotel & La Pace
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... the town has more of a tourist feel than Pistoia, with plenty of nationalities all mixing it up.
We went as The WAG had reached a milestone birthday, (50 if you weren't sure), and her present was a free run at any treatment or treatments of her choice at The Excelsior Spa, one of the original establishments, opened in 1906 and still going strong. Of course, no one has suggested for a second that she's in need of some sort of regenerative ...
... the steep hill rather than taking the winding road up. We had a huge day of sightseeing. First up was Academia. David is absolutely spectacular! Next we visited Museo di San Marco and Santa Maria Novella. We came home for lunch and the went to Duomo in the afternoon. I think we must have walked up a thousand steps at least (actually ...
... bridge we took a hike up to Piazzale Michaelangelo. It was quite the hike having to ascend many many stairs but it was well worth it! The Piazzale offers a panoramic view of the entire city. We could not have been luckier to have a perfect 55 degree day and a radiantly blue sky. I could have spent hours over looking the city and I think that is the moment I fell in love with Florence!
Included in our trip was a family style dinner ...
... help at all. I left the restaurant in search of a nearby store that sold milk since it was not available as a beverage at Dante. Luckily I did not have to venture too far to find it.
After dinner we decided to walk over to the Santa Croce neighborhood to have gelato at Vivoli Geletaria, which some say is the best gelato in Florence. We enjoyed our nighttime stroll along the Arno, passing ...
We arrived in Florence at around 11 this morning. The train ride from Venice was fairly short, but the train still ended up being about 10 minutes late. I remember hearing and reading about how trains are rarely ever late in Europe, but having about 75% of our rides being at least a few minutes late, I have a feeling that it happens more often than not.
Our hotel in Florence was about a 5 minute ...