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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... to Bridget we'd just take a look at "that church in the distance"; not realising it was the Duomo's cupola (dome) that had caught my attention. Wow and wow; so hypnotic with its size and colour. My travel guide didn't prepare me for the beauty of the pastel green and pink marble. The line very lengthy but we stopped for a meal with the Duomo as our view. Pasta again! with a surcharge added to the bill. We didn't pass on the Lindt chocolate shop nearby; heaven for Bridget. We ...
I got Coffee with Gabi on our way to jewelry class. In class I finished shining my ring, I worked on the chain bracelet and made a charm! I also got to start making new charms for an extra project! Sewing was good, I got to work more on the top! I am so excited to see how it turns ...
... so I also looked up some suggestions for self-guided walking tours. We found one that let you visit many of the important areas/buildings and choose a few to spend a little extra time investigating. From the train station we made our way to the Duomo which is the largest domed building in the city and the centerpiece of the Florentine skyline. There was a really long line to climb up it unless you had the "Florence Pass." Probably a good investment during a longer stay. From ...
... pubs like this across Europe. It had only been open a month in Florence, but already it was packed. After a quick pint there and one at the Dublin Pub, I beat it back to the hotel for the night.
The next day we set out for a 9:00 appointment at the Uffizi. We picked up our reserved tickets and spent the next hour or so wandering through the masterpieces housed in the collection. One of my paintings, Botticelli’s Birth of Venus, ...
... We walked to the B&B although I don't think I gave google maps enough time to calibrate before starting walking so we went an extra few hundred metres but got there in the end...I think Tamara is now realising how much I walk around. :o) The B&B is lovely, bedroom opens out to a garden area and it's clean and comfortable although the breakfast isn't as great as Paola's and the information although available is also a little ...