Hotel Azzi - Locanda degli Artisti
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... took a short nap in the hotel before having some meetings and dinner. Saying jet lag is hitting me hard would be an understatement. It's as real as it gets people. A 6 hour time difference can really get to you. I stayed in that night as my roommates went out to try to get some sleep, as the next day we were up early to move into our apartment!
Background info: Roommates are awesome. Sweet as can be. Names are Katie Mason ...
... Uffizi is as old as we thought!!!
WE left the Uffizi for the Palazzo Vecchio. Louise very keen to see Dante's Mask. Helen and Connor decide to sit this activity out at the café.
The museum and apartments you get to see in this palace are truly breathtaking. HUGE rooms with ceilings higher than my whole house, wallpapered and painted in beautiful colours, large doorways, painted ceilings, enormous artworks on the walls, wood carved seats. This palace was originally ...
... persons for the sickness I am sure we are all to get at some stage. After our look into Italian factory life it was off to one of the main squares in Florence to wait for our walking tour to start. This square is an outdoor public museum with statues dotted all over the place (the majority of which were all well over 500 years old, it's quite hard to fathom sometimes especially as some of the oldest things in New Zealand ...
... the renaissance. There are some wonderful works by Giotto, Lippi, Botticelli, Leonardo, Michaelangelo, Titian, Caravaggio and lots of others. We spent over one and a half hours before having lunch on the terrace of the gallery's cafe in the sun and then another half hour before we gave up. A walk along the riverbank took us to the church of San Croce which is where ...
... and the Pitti Palace, which provided admission to the costume gallery, porcelain and silver museums, as well as the Gallery of Modern Art, and the Palatine Gallery. We visited the latter two. I wish I had done my research in advance so I would have known which pieces to focus on. It’s also a little difficult to admire works of art when you have to constantly reign in your rambunctious ...