Hotel Europa Signa
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Or for those who didn't do Yr. 12 Art History back in the dim, dark ages you might recognise some Ninja Turtles instead, like Donatello & Michelangelo.
As we drove into Florence (or Firenze to the locals) I am ashamed to say that Brunelleschi's name popped into my head – what other essentially useless information has ...
... with a 10min break between each, wine for the table was included too. By 10pm it was time to leave some people went out Pete and I decided to go home with a few others on the bus. The bus driver that we had for today was new and one of his first shifts and got lost so we were driving around and finally made it back to the hotel at midnight even people who went out got home before us. Ahh well made the bus ride home interesting. Time for sleep. ...
... of one of these early streets from the old outskirts of Florence in the hill area behind Piazza St Michelangelo - where later they were to build Fort Belvedere and a strong stone wall - part of which is still there. This ran all the way down and ended at the Ponte Vecchio.
There is really too much to tell you about Florence, if you haven't visited it is well worth considering. I had been out all day on New Year's Eve , headed home for a shower and a rest around late ...
This day was about museums, walking through the city and doing some shopping. We started at the Galleria dell' Academia. We got in very quickly with our pre booked tickets. We saw amazing paintings, all of them with catholic themes and from the 14th and 15th century. The main attraction in this gallery is the famous David of MichaelAngelo. Great experience. From there we went to do some washing since most of ...
Wednesday was the day we were all dreading: our last day in the beautiful city we call home. We had our last classes that morning, so Liz and I started the day off right with a nutella croissant, something I will definitely miss back in the States. Then the four roomies walked through the leather market for the last time and went to our favorite sandwich shop (which I have mentioned on here many times) Salumeria ...