Hotel Santa Croce
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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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€.
Today we got a slow start since we had no scheduled trips. It was raining in the morning but we decided to head out in the afternoon to see Santa Croce. It was a beautiful church where a lot of famous people were buried- Michelangelo, Machiavelli, and Galileo to start! Afterwards, we crossed the Arno River to hike up to the Piazzale Michelangelo. …
... Vecchio, as shown on a photo below.
Moving further north I couldn't help noticing the beautiful window dressing of the Fendi and Gioggio Armani stores.
We stopped by various representations of renaissance architecture: circles and squares symbolizing earth and man.
While the Battistero sits in the shadow of the gigantic, gothic 7th Century, Cathedral de Santa Maria del Fiori and its famous red-roofed Duoma, ...
... spin, so I guess florence and ancient/historic Italy is pretty good for the hip hop scene.
So we bid farewell to our American Wwoofing friend, and found a place to eat a Florentine steak. It was a beautiful event! The steak was rich and bloody and it tasty fantastic, all meat eaters would have been proud of me having a 1.2Kg Steak, some potatoes and other cool stuff.
Well we are back on the road again.
... owners. The woman in the dress spoke excitedly with the sommelier, a man in thick black frame glasses and an apron. A younger man in a chef's cap and apron wandered between the bar and the kitchen. When an older couple stepped in, the man in the glasses happily offered them taste after taste of wine and food pairings. We felt we had truly discovered Italia.
After the brunch, of sorts, we decided to check out the area around the gallery. It was ...