Hotel Santa Croce
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- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
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De Roma agafen el tren cap a Florència, cost de 20€ més estància al hotel de dos dies, cost 244€.
Visita guiada d'un dia a Pisa, Siena i San Gimignano, des de Florència, esmorzar inclós. Cost de la sortida 80€.
... it was that bad. One of my friends odered fajitas, and they ran out of tortillas, so they brought her rolls. Rolls? Really? hahaha it was just a mess.
The next morning we set out to Murano and Burano, islands off the coast of Venice that are known for their blown glass and their lace. They were pretty interesting, more so tourist traps than anything, but we enjoyed walking around and taking some cute photos. Burano was definitely ...
... this city is where they tortured the monk Savonarola and burned him at the stake.
The two major museums, Accademia (where Michelangelo's David lives) and the Uffizi Gallery, are difficult to get into without a reservation or the patience to wait for hours in line. We decided that the best way as well as the way to get more out of the experience was to join a tour. We decided on Artviva Walking Tours and picked their ...
... shop a bit again while on the way to Sarah's apartment from the summer, so we went in and out of stores trying to get warm and find some good buys. Cassy wanted a pair of Timberlands and something leather to take back with her to London and the States! So we did exactly that, Cassy picked out a neon yellow colored leather jacket. As we walked into the store I thought that it had looked familiar to where I got mine last year, and all of a sudden the guy came up to me and gave me a ...
... his sandwich.
Then we hurried back Piazza S. Croce by 4:15 in light rain, where there were hundreds of people from our cruise ship and a confusing march to busses, trying to figure out which was ours. The gracious Italian lady was once again aboard and continued with spurts of lecture on the ride home. In essence she said, come to Florence between November and March to avoid crowds.
Back at the ship, a band played ...