Hotel Nizza Et Suisse
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... this church was built to house Minias’ remains' The church is very different from others we have visited in Florence. It has a very high ceiling, and a lot of marble columns inside (more like the churches we have seen in other cities). The crypt has St Minias' tomb, and if you use a lot of imagination, you can see the hand holding up the head (just joking!!). We visited all our favourite coffee places, saying goodbye to the people who ...
... took some amazing pictures of the city. At least the climb down was easier, but it was definitely steep and scary at some points. We then took our tour of the cathedral after standing in a relatively short line compared to the line we have seen later in the day. Today was Disney cruise visitor day as many people and cranky kids were standing in groups to view the Duomo. We had a nice visit within the cathedral and enjoyed the ceiling and the artwork. We ...
... meat is retired from the heat. Thickly cut and very large, "Bistecca" are often shared between two or more persons, and traditionally served very rare, sometimes garnished with lemon wedges, (if not accompanied by red wine), and accompanied by Tuscan beans as a side dish.
... as bad when you get upstairs. And it's really not. Room small but perfectly formed. Air con that works - what more do you need. Well a bed would be a bonus. They'd forgotten I'd phoned and said we were mother and son travelling together and need a twin room, so Sam and I taking it in turns to sleep on the floor. As Sam reminds me, we've camped sleeping on tree roots - the hotel room stone floor much more comfortable!? :) 2 days into the ...
... hill and round lots of bends we go. After nearly an hour's drive the scenery changes drastically as we arrive in Pisa. We entered an address near the Cathedral into the GPS and ended up right in the middle of it all. Tourists everywhere, I was surprised no one pulled us over and asked us what we were doing. Luckily we found a spot for the car I could squeeze into. (Squeeze is the word) We weren't sure whether or not we were allowed to park there so ...