Fenice Palace Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Pets allowed
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... us on the street and asked us to look at his menu. We did, out of respect, with no intention of eating there because it looked like a hole-in-the-wall restaurant. At last, he tempted us with glass of champagne on the house. Naturally, then, we agreed. The inside was surprisingly elegant. The waiter was very polite. The lasagna you will see in my pictures is what I ordered. It was the best lasagna I have ...
... does? So I jumped inside.
I asked them how to navigate the leather market and how do you know it is real leather. They shared with me that it is about the smell, but you have to be careful because some places spray leather scent in the air. They told me with real leather you can put a lighter up to it to see if it burns. It shouldn't leave a mark but you should smell something similar to burnt hair. I asked if people let you go ...
... euros ($95US) on the "Firenze Card" to see any of 72 museums and sights in ...
... and squares, stopping for drinks at a caffe' terrace on the Piazza del Duomo. The town is known for its many medieval towers (14 survive today), which served as fortified homes during the frequent assaults by marauders. With less than an hour of free time to spend, we tried to get some photos that captured the medieval flavor of the place, which was teeming with "day-trippers" (like ourselves).
After returning to the meeting point for the bus, we had an ...
... and even more special to be able to share it with such special friends like Alice and Toch, an unforgettable Birthday for sure! I would come back to Florence as it was a really nice city with so much to see especially as we missed the botanical gardens and the leather markets much to the boys disappointment! In the morning we headed to the train station and as we were lifting our bags up onto the carriage a lady helped Toch with his bag. ...