Hotel San Miniato
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... the Palazzo Pitti, found our bicycles and rode past the Ponte Vecchio to cross the river on another less busy bridge. We continued riding until we found the gelateria that our guide, Francesca, had recommended called Gelateria dei Neri. We all had a delicious treat, including Tracy who ate 'Gorgonzola with walnuts' ice cream! We continued our bike ride through Piazza della Signoria for one last look at all the statues and then to Basilica Santa Maria Novella situated just ...
... for lunch at Boccadama in Piazza Santa Croce. We walked through Piazza Della Republica and saw the beautiful carousel. Then through Piazza Della Signoria-where we gathered by the fountain of Neptune built in 1575, for a photo. It was a shame to walk past the Gucci Museum, however I was getting very excited for our trip to the Uffizi after lunch. Only so many museums in one day..... We walked past the Palazzo Vocchio and with some stroke of luck, we made it ...
... breakfast at the hotel. I don't believe I have mentioned it yet but yogurt in Europe is so much better than in Canada. As my primary source of dairy even when at home, I am going to miss Italian yogurt!
After breakfast we heading out with the group towards the Duomo...the 4th largest church in the world. This massive and beautiful structure sits in the middle of downtown Florence and takes ...
We wake up and head downstairs for the best buffet breakfast so far. Julie is happy as she has finally had a chance to straighten hair and feel beautiful again. Next on the morning agenda is to get cherries from the local fruit store for gout boy. Cherries are gout boys magic natural ally. With gout boy mobilised from drugs and cherries, we go wandering around Florence for some shopping. Amongst the narrow streets find the ...
... Medusa by Cellini. It is told that when he was making it he was running out of metal so he rushed around the house collecting bronze plates and anything he could find to literally throw into the melting pot. The Rape of the Sabine Women by Giambologna is another glorious statue you should not miss. After having a drink in the square our friends went off to the Uffizi. Fortunately they had pre-booked their timed tickets, a wise move as the queues to get in were very long. ...