Hotel Nizza Et Suisse
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... information about this interesting city. My personalized travelling escort Ms Ashley will provide all the details. I had a low day yesterday, after a good nights sleep feeling energized again. Believe it or not I was abit homesick. I am missing home. Tonite is our final dinner with Rick Steve's Tour. If it is not too late we will head out for hear some good music. I hope everyone is well. Take care... Sending lots of love... ...
... had a list of things as long as your arm to see there. I was secretly looking forward to visiting all the treasures. The waiter we had in Rome warned us that Florence prices were steep, but no one warned us about the weather. Turns out that central and north of Italy is akin to a tropical climate and the occasional thunderstorm isn't unusual. As we alighted from the train Florence decided to welcome us with a heavy rain shower. I thought ...
... inlaid wooden tables, huge crystal chandeliers and, added by the palace’s noble residents, wooden carvings of the Medici crest adorned bed-heads, doorways and the like. On leaving the gallery after dark I headed back towards my hostel, past some of the aforementioned sights in their lit-up splendour. Dinner, and the next day’s lunch, was a loaf of bread off which I tore chunks to have with salami and chunks of Pecorino - authentic Italiano.
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We were having dinner at Da Il Latini, which was the only restaurant I had made reservations for in Florence. Both Alyssa’s friend and Beppe had recommended it. When we got out of the cab, we all noticed throngs of people in front of the restaurant. My first thought was that we would have to wait a long time to be seated even though we had reservations, but I soon ...
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 ...