Hotel Villa Stucky
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... no mean feat when you are lugging about 20kg (or in Dianne's case, 30kg) of luggage, and with stairs added to the equation! Unfortunately, we lost Dianne in the process. She had no idea whether we had turned left or right at the bottom of the stairs so had to lug said 30kg back up the stairs to read the boards and try to find the right platform. Meanwhile, Graham and I (thinking Di was just behind us) followed the crowd and ...
... a small set of scales to weigh the bags (lift up ones like fish scales) just to check we had it under the 23 kgs. We also timed it really well as another thunderstorm and rain downpour started within minutes of us getting back to our room - we'd seen it coming this time. We finished the day off with another delicious meal at the same restaurant we ate at last night seeing as we all enjoyed it so much and tonight was just as good. Yum ...
... from China and not the genuine "murano" glass , leather goods, clothing etc....easy to spot price wise really.. €10 or €50 .. Wonder which is real?
After meandering hours from side to end following the yellow direction signs we become blasť with the shopping and concentrate on the culinary delights offered.
Pizza , pasta, pastries, coffees, wines... Think the diet is back on after this Italian escapade!
... so special!
We headed off to see some more of Florence before we had to leave today. We walked the squares again, wandered through the leather market and crossed the Ponte Vecchio Bridge, window shopped and watched the stalls opening at all the goldsmith jewelery shops along the way. After a few hours we headed back to the hotel and sadly, we checked out. It takes about 30 minutes to retrieve the car (probably from Milan where ...
... br> Above the main entrance to the Basilica stand four horses, the so called "Four in hand." The four above the entrance arch are actually replicas put there in the 70s, the museum halls house the originals from the second century and "acquired" for venice during the crusades. The museum halls ancient tapestries and mosaics, but the kids had their own favourites. For Max this whole city has him excited about the cities mascot, the winged lion. ...