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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 1000 Euros. As soon as any police arrive they scoop up their goods and run. Quite a sight to see and then they hang around hiding until the police have gone, then head back out to target the tourists.
I was not expecting the view that greeted us as we walked through the wall to the leaning tower. It was spectacular! There isn't just the tower but a gorgeous cathedral and bapistry which form "the Square of Miracles" or Piazza dei Miracoli. Before ...
On the advice of the Bümpliz Nord travel advisory we have decided to take a day trip to Lucca, Italy approximately 1 hour 20 minutes by train from Firenze! Apparently we will definitely stay there next time! It is a beautiful morning in Firenze but shaping up to be a very hot day. The town is thronging with locals and tourists all getting out and about. The main train station is extremely busy with ...
Being in a small town in a foreign country, it's very hard to get locals to point you in the right direction to a hardware store. After a lot of asking around we finally found one, measured up the window and got them to cut the wood to size. Even then there was a understandable communication problem, but we got there in the end. They only sold wood so unfortunately the hunt continued , luckily we saw a van with advertising on ...
... didn’t join us for drinks but was the class clown all the way round on the tour. There is always one of those!
Once again, the whole tour was spoken in Italian so I really had no idea what was being said. I know this whole "Immersion “ way of teaching is the way to go, but it would be really good if someone could explain something to me in English so I could understand just a little. The crazy thing is….. is that the teacher looks at me ...
... towers. The walled town has a resemblance to a medieval Manhattan and the towers were all built in the 12th & 13th century. Jenni experienced the impressive lush & productive land, Tuscan landscape and enchanting Apuane Alps! Keith's case finally arrived...... hallelujah!
Another girlie day starting with the market, Modern Museum Henri Cartier-Bresson exhibition, climbed up the Torre Guinigi with self seeded holm trees on top, visited Chiesa di ...