Fenice Palace Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Hot tub
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... of thing but you definitely have to learn not to slow down much or make eye contact unless you want the hard sell!
We found a couple of things we were considering and knew we could come back for on Monday so we just kept walking. We continued past the street market and walked toward The Duomo – it was the other thing I wanted to do while in Florence. It is another Basilica and one of the original Domed roofs. We would be touring it tomorrow but we were headed ...
... Michelangelo, Leonardo, Raphael, Donatello....come to think of it, all of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles have had a massive impact here. Firstly we have a little day stop in the town of Pisa, famous of course for its leaning tower, the most celebrated feat of poor structural engineering in man kind. It costs each coach 200 euros to park in the car park, it is mafia controlled and there's no way around it, lest you run the risk of upsetting poor Fat Tony, ...
... down, being crushed by it’ kind poses. As we only had 30 minutes in Pisa, we didn’t have an opportunity to climb the 296 steps to the top (thankfully, as I’m not good with heights).
A short drive back to the ship and then Mum and I were reunited.
Florence has had many famous residents – Florence Nightingale, Leonardo Di Vinci, Niccolo Machiavelli, Galilaeo, Amerigo Vespucci, Donatello and Guccio Gucci.
... went back to the apartments, and several large groups of people - which after a private tour was a little much! After the apartments we went and had a look at the modern art gallery. We have learned that "modern" is a relative term. The modern gallery had several paintings on loan from the Musee d'Orsay, which they had paired with some of their own impressionists work, and was really interesting. We then headed to the markets and had ...
Thanks to my uncle Stephen we were all able to take a week away to Italy as a family, a whole 23 of us. Something we had never been able to do before, what great company and place filled with family laughter and family bickering for my last week ...