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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... has my best interests in heart, so I try my best to follow her advice. But ugh, you never want to admit when your mom has always been right, ya know?
And I am so proud of my mom. She is the biggest role model I could have as a business woman and has achieved so much in her life. She informed me that her last day of work was on Friday...what?! My mom is retired?! She definitely earned this early retirement and I am so proud of everything that she has ...
Got a nice view of the city with its famous cathedral, which was the largest church in the world when it was built, but is now the 4th largest. It seems like there was a lot of competition among city-states to show their power by seeing which city-state could build the biggest church. Florence was one such city-state that eventually overtook Pisa and Siena.
Florence was ruled for many years by the ...
... fragrance of your own – for a mere 600 E!! Maybe next time! We look in and decide to come back later – they’re a little busy at the moment.
Off to shop for…a ring for Christopher and a bracelet and or necklace for us both – hey….what’s wrong with this picture?! So, we go back to The Gold Market on the plaza in front of Santa Croce. OH BOY!!! Gold mine (quite literally)! Christopher spots a ring which ...
... on two wheels, luckily the thing seems to do most of the balancing and after a very wobbly start you soon get the hang of it , bend the knees , shake the hips and your off. As long as you don't use the handle to push and pull which is the natural reaction you are fine. Over the next three hours we toured around all the major sites of Florence with a running commentary via headsets ...
Our plan today was to visit the San Lorenzo area, which takes its name from the Basilica di San Lorenzo, one of the largest churches in Florence. This area, which lies a short distance north of the city's central core, is also home to the Mercato Centrale, a traditional fruit and vegetable market situated in a structure built in the late 19th-century.
As we walked toward San Lorenzo, both of us commented on the cleanliness of the streets and sidewalks ...