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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... by tourists. I was there on a wednesday afternoon in pouring rain, and it was almost difficult to move around the grounds, it was so busy. People as far as the eye can see taking one picture: them posing next to the tower, holding it up to prevent it from falling. Got a picture of me doing the exact same thing, tried to make the dumbest face possible. Didn't bother climbing it, as it cost €18.
Rode train to florence. Rain continued to come down. ...
... most expensive food item gram for gram. It was great but I'm not sure I'd spend the money on that in the US, where it can be 5 -10 times as expensive as here where they're found. That meal at a Trattoria (Mario???) really wasn't too expensive, but the place is so popular you are squashed in with other people at small tables and you get bumped a lot. Steaks are big here, as in large and popular. A lot of people here were eating ...
... by pink and green designs. Really quite beautiful if you can spend a couple of minutes appreciating the work in front of you, just need to find that elusive patch of space not being taken up by the tourists. We don't have much time to explore Duomo since we need to scoff down lunch before the tour.
Lunch is in a pizza place off the busy Duomo piazza and its a little rushed since we had to meet our group at 1.40pm. We share a pizza and pasta and are also bitten by little bugs ...
Sailed in to Livorno and hired private taxi with 4 Texans to Pisa...tried to push the tower straight, but it wouldn't work. Drove on to Florence, just beautiful. Thousands of tourists, but all good fun. Jim didn't want a fig leaf for a "David" pose.
We have had two long drives today so it it will be a quick rest on board before the formal dinner ...
... It had warmed-up into the low-80s by this time, and we soon became lost in the maze of paths winding around the gardens. When we finally found our way out, both of us were huffing and puffing, but the rest of the descent to the river was thankfully downhill or level terrain. After a 15-minute-walk, we crossed the Ponte Vecchio, and made it back to our apartment in time for Happy Hour, before dining at Marione's down the street.