Hotel Nizza Et Suisse
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... November 6. Pam left the apartment a couple of hours ago, and is hopefully heading back to England safely in a little plane, from Florence to London City Airport. George and I will take that same journey in 3 weeks! Rain is falling steadily, but the dramatic thunderstorms we had yesterday seem to have abated. Yes, rain - a very rare occurrence in my travels so far. The temperature has dropped a bit to about 16, so it isn't really cold. Just not t-shirt weather now, and ...
... original is in the museum to keep it safe) and several others including the one we thought was David. We had the obligatory photo taken in front of the statue. Then we went to Ponte Vecchio - the bridge of gold sellers but sadly came away with none of their produce. We saw many of the places mentioned in the book "Inferno" including the passage and the museum. We will definitely need to reread that book. We said goodbye to our ...
... to Greece. We went to a cafe and had a drink and sat for an hour or so and after we stopped at a travel agent to see the best way to get to Greece. Our option was a nine hour ferry from the eastern side of Italy (we are on the west) for 150EURO or a direct flight from Rome to Athens for 140 EURO. In Canadian dollars that is like double, well almost double. We thought that the budget airlines would fly you there for like $80.00 but she told us that the budget airlines only fly ...
Today was a day we look forward to every year. We take the bus to Panzano and have lunch at Oltre il Giardino (over the garden) and seriously....it has to be the most beautiful spot for lunch in all of Tuscany. We were lucky and got a table right next to the wall...so could have an unobstructed view of the valley. Lots of olive ...
Driving through the Tuscan country side. The fields are yellow again but this time its the sunflowers not the rapeseed or mustard flowers. The weather is different too; instead of the low teens like it was in France it's 30 to 35 with afternoon storms for the last week. Our first stop is Volterra an old Etruscan town going back to the 1st Century B.C. built yet again on top of a hill. During the 5th century it was a bishops residence and later on it ...