Grand Hotel & La Pace
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... wall to position it was not best placed, he was using it by hand. Unknown to him, on the other side of the curtain, The WAG had crept in and used the loo. Her flushing the loo and diverting all the cold water, coincided perfectly with him rinsing off the accumulated soap, and from a quite specific area too. Now then, erm............., how can we put this? ...................well, let's say, he was cleaning the crown jewels. The language ...
Along the Arno (and anywhere in Florence for that matter) you will find stalls of artists producing some fine artwork for you to take home with you. My partiality towards black and white art had me drawn (haha drawn, geddit?!) to a particular artist's stall.. He had beautiful landscapes of Florence's skyline and one of the Ponte Vecchio. I could not resist and thus I soon found myself a few souvenirs heavier for our return trip.
... we stopped off at a market for fungi, a red bell pepper & fresh bread for our scrambled eggs & toast in the morning. Next stop the Piazzale Michelangelo with the local artists & their watercolors, new brides and grooms marking their commitments with picturesque poses, and an AMAZING view. We sat below a replica of David to give our "dogs"a break and 'international' people watched. Grabbed our first Italian brewski at the Dondino bar in the Palazzo del Santa ...
... Renaissance age, i don't care that Donna wuz here in 08!
From there we went and got lunch, and met back up on the steps of the duomo for a perspective drawing lesson. We sat there and drew for a while and had some asian tourists come up and take pictures of us like we were pros haha. That night we went to the Renaissance dinner in Napoleons' sister's palace. It was BEAUTIFUL. We had a delicious 4 course meal in Caterina's bedroom. She had a balcony ...
... day. Then we grabbed a light lunch and waited for the next museum to open - Ufizzi, which was a huge art gallery, some of which really wasn't of much interest to either of us. After exiting that show, we wondered around a bit, with me checking out some street vendors for art and scarves, but managed to get away without spending a euro.
We then collected our tickets for the Michelangel - David show and then found ...