Hotel Ristorante Il Poeta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... seafood and he had a dish with steak and cheese. The seafood was nice but there were a lot of bones to deal with, especially in the tiny leaf-shaped fish that were not much more than battered bones. We had a small bottle of Chianti, and at the end of the meal the waiter brought a chilled and frosty bottle of limoncello with two small glasses "for free, for you". It was a very short stroll to the hotel, and luckily the band was finished so we could ...
... to a particular recommendation. Tonight was a great example. We walked from our accommodation to see the Ponte Vecchia Bridge and to Piazza Michelangelo to see a statue of David. It was just after 5pm when we set out. Another mass of pictures taken along the way. It would be the first time that I have not been fixed on any visual point giving the clue of our ...
... of the music. Sounded interesting. Unfortunately that's as much as we found out; we sat there for some time being the only customers there. We had a drink and thought the music would start soon but we were out of luck. Out came a banquet for the musicians which they all tucked into, in no hurry to start playing any time soon. We left without hearing a note. Five days in Florence now finished already but we loved every minute of it. Next, ...
... the religious buildings and areas you can find the government symbol of Florence. in the golden doors the backgrounds that the stories were set in were of Florence, the Duomo was built to show the wealth and importance of Florence to all who entered. our tour ended at the old prison of Florence where we were served a wonderful dinner of pizza! sooooo delicious! i then hung out with my new group of friends for the rest of the ...
... sight. (Thanks Sue for the suggestion) We walked back via a different route and crossed over the Ponte Vecchio and returned to the center of town. The front of the Duomo was full of thousands of tourists, so we walked around the back and found a quitter place for a coffee. Jude did some smalll item shopping and we walked through the backstreets to the station to catch our train. The train started out on time, but managed to arrive about 5 minutes late, so we had the thrill ...