Fenice Palace Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... museum which was impressive. So many beautiful paintings that you've heard of but never seen right in front of you as well as sculptures.... And David in the piazza adjoining! A late dinner in a great restaurant with great wine, coffee, digestive ended a wonderfully cultural day. Today was a walk to the food Mercato Centale where a fantastic caprese salad, wine and duo expressi fuelled us up to walk over the Ponte Vecchio to a wine bar near the Pitti Palazzo. We ...
... her 17th birthday In Hong Kong this year so presents need to be small, practical and easily carried!
I remembered a tiny little shop selling crystal jewellery last year that was cloed when we passed it on a Sunday morning. I was desperate to take Tegz there; but there was only one small problem. I couldn’t remember which backs street it was in. We dragged Lyn down every back street we could find, but alas, it was not ...
... from opera singers and accordion players all night long. Dinner goes for around 3 hours and then we all head back into the city of Florence for a night out. This doesn't last long for most as it's been a huge day and this will be our second big night out in two days, we are all exhausted. After some dancing and a few drinks and a little more karaoke, not Jake this time we turn in ready for Switzerland tomorrow driven home in a clown car. ...
... dismissive of street performers-it's almost embarrassing at times to watch. If someone of skill is putting the effort of entertaining me for half an hour and I've enjoyed it....that's worth something of value. OK I'll get off my soap box now;) Well, to find our way back to the hotel wasn't going to be easy so we decided to go back to the Duome and retrace our steps. The Cathedral lit up at night was absolutely stunning, with hardly any crowds! I am in love with this ...
... for example, one must pay 841 Euro!!. You will be better off using your ATM for a 4% cash advance fee and a 3% foreign transaction fee typically, if you find the ATM for your own bank. Otherwise, it might be as much as 12% but never as much as 20%!!
Planning the Rest of My Day
At home, I looked up the directions to:
1. Trattoria Ponte Vecchio--just over the old bridge and to the right of my home--for lunch
2. Walking directions to the Post Office ...