TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Centrale Chiusi
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... was breathtaking. Now I know where I'm going most of the time. I am surprised at how quickly we all picked up on navigating. The streets are poorly labeled, so it is best to go by landmarks. The first day of classes went well! My holocaust class is focused on the same book from my class at Daemen! It was written by an Italian chemist that was a prisoner during the Holocaust. My fashion class seems super interesting too! In both classes we go on trips to different museums and sites! ...
... Oz...so we spread the good word when possible. We earned our lunch at the first town by climbing the 33 switchback stairs (384 stairs) up to it. Then it was inward (and UPWARD)to the next town. Really got the heart pumping, but we were rewarded with great views at every turn. I was feeling like I was doing ok with the required effort, although I spent time carefully planning my steps over the difficult terrain. Then, of course, a teenage girl flew past me in her ...
... the real thing, but apparently the location is where the original statue used to be. It was on this huge hilltop that looked over all of Florence. After being in so many cities and seeing so many hilltop views, you’d think it would start to get old. But every time I look over a city I have just siteseed through, I feel so accomplished. Who would have thought that this girl born in Kansas and raised in Kansas and North Carolina would be touring Europe for spring ...
We just spent the weekend in Tuscany, came back one day early due to our first bad incident while in Italy...when parked in a public parking while in a small town overnight as we stayed in a hotel in centrale, we came back to the car mid morning to put our bags back and the back window had been shattered and broken. Now, I tell you while it was pouring down rain there were several things good about this incidente that shows God takes care of us: ...
“Never was anything great achieved
without danger”, Niccolo
Leonardo Da Vinci, Niccolo Machiavelli, Lorenzo Di Medici: it is
difficult to count how many famous men have called Florence home at
some point in their lives. For the next day and a half, Nathan and I
hope to do the same.
awoke this morning at 8am, eager to explore the city. In a country as
hot as Italy it is very important to get up ...
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