Hotel Paggeria Medicea
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... even one side in. It was also remarkable for its bright multi colours. Ang was a bit cool outside late tonight, although it was 18' at midnight. It was the first night Craig had been out at night in longs rather than shorts, but that was more to dress up a bit. We've already noted more small pubs here than anywhere else we've been in Italy, where pubs have been scarce and people drink at cafés and restaurants. We wonder if there are young Americans ...
... successful history this is certainly the case. Florence is also renowned as the place for the start of the renaissance which is one of the periods of time I am very interested in as I believe there is need for a similar new renaissance now where we may revisit some of the old ideas and philosophies and come up with a better way of living in this world. We looked at medieval buildings from the 1300's as well as the museum for one of ...
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When we had finished looking at this gallery we had to walk to the Accademia Gallery for entrance at 4.30. There was a storm outside and it was pouring with rain with thunder and lightning. Gypsies were waiting at the exit trying to sell ponchos, we needed two so we did some negotiating on the price before eventually purchasing them. It was a 20 minute walk to the other gallery, trying ...
... home to have drink. Chicken stir fry didn't eventuate - instead, we took our red wine, chocolate baci and fruit tarts up stairs to the lounge and that was dinner. Tuesday 8th October 2013 We began our day by face timing family and friends. We love our iPads with this app it makes keeping in touch with home easy. Today we walked to the Duomo and went inside the cathedral. It was spectacular. Words nor photos do it justice! The sheer beauty and scale were amazing. ...
... aka The Duomo - the final of Italy's 'Big 3' on this whirlwind tour (the others being the Leaning Tower of Pisa and the Colosseum in Rome). Big is of course an understatement for this impossibly intricate gothic cathedral that dominates the Piazza del Duomo so much so that it's virtually impossible to take a photo of the entire structure from anywhere in the square. Construction of the Cathedral took 140 years (1296-1436) and it ...