Hotel Santa Croce
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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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. …
... the lasagna and Andy had prosciutto with melon as an appetizer and spaghetti Alfredo for a main. Andy loves the prosciutto in Italy. Our waiter was an older 70ish gentleman who was amusing - when Andy asked for 'penne Alfredo', he asked 'not penne Joseph?' with a smile. For desert, I had the tiramisu which was very good with a dusting of coco powder on top - tasted very good. At the end of the meal, he brought us 4 shot glasses and a bottle of semi-clear liquid and said it was ...
... day to go to Acqua al due, which is a famous steak house mixed with Italian food obviously. They are most known for their rich blueberry and balsamic steaks. I had only eaten there one time before and that was for my roommate Ashley's twenty first birthday and that is when I fell in love! My last hours in Florence/Europe were consumed with gelato, food, and the most amazing views in the world! I could not have asked for a better four months of my ...
... we began walking through San Gimignano, which was gorgeous. We were sidetracked at one point down a little alleyway that led into a less crowded part of the village, and we climbed a little pathway to find an overlook where we could see the entire valley. It was amazing and we took probably a gazillion photos.
We continued our walk through the stoned village, past the Museum of Torture (we opted out) and a thousand leather and souvenir shops. Then (surprise!) we ...