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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... she was fantastic! After so long since breakfast we all needed sustenance so of course that meant gelato! We had asked Elana where she thought the best gelato and she recommended "Perche No?" (Which means 'Why not?') and it was quite close to the previous night's shop. MrM said that the pistachio was the best he had ever eaten (and he's eaten a lot!) so that ...
We wake bright & early. I always seem to wake up before the alarm goes off every morning no matter the time it's set for. The taxi rank is just down the road & around the corner from the hotel. We get a taxi driver that knows where he is going & it only takes 20 minutes to get to the camping village. Some of the busabout drop off/pick up points & recommended accommodation is way out of the centre of the main tourist areas. Glad we ...
... are able to get good advice for the week!
After two hours traveling through the rolling Tuscan hills, we arrived at a small, family owned winery where Lynn, our other tour coordinator had set up an amazing picnic next to the vineyards. We had a short introduction from the vineyard owner on their wine process and a walk through their bottling area, all the while enjoying a glass of their red wine. After, with wine still flowing we had ...
... arrived at Florence's central railway station and after a shot walk to the Academia we met our local guide for the day, Mike, an American who has lived in Florence for 13 years. Despite having a pre booked group ticket we still had to line up for about 20 minutes as a cruise ship had arrived and the Academia had overbooked. Once we were inside, though, it wasn't too crowded and we had a good view of Michelangelo's statue of David. It is quite amazing ...
... anyway). And the hotel we stayed at on the trip only fed us carbohydrates for dinner. No vegetables and no meats.
After lunch, Nathan and I went off by ourselves to explore Florence. We wanted to see 'The birth of Venus' painting and the statue of David but it was a Monday and both museums were closed. That was disappointing, but we still got to explore the city, go shopping (much ...