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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... s favourite meal of the trip - so the let down was quickly saved. After giggling on our walk home about how much we did not fit in there we had a great sleep and were ready to get our shop on the next day. But again the city let us down. Both of us couldn't really get into its feel - probably because you would need a platinum expense account to feel welcome. So a lot of window shopping and drooling over purses, shoes and designer fashion that neither of us was willing ...
... nose until he found one he liked, then he proceeded to carefully extricate this one bean and chew it up! Even Garth thought it was cute, and we all know what Garth would like to do with dogs!!! I also decided to take some photos of the little cars that zoom around everywhere. Also so cute! Finally, Garth was taken by a 1950 'diner', complete with Marilyn Monroe and Elvis Presley. Apparently 1950 was a very good year (I think it's just makes you ...
We first headed to the mercato nuova. The leather products were abundant. I separated and looked at other stores as well. The jewelry and bags were really expensive. At least 200 euros. I walked into a store and bought the comfiest leather oxford shoes. Also I got 5 euro scarves and also a 5 euro painting. Did some serious cheap shopping.
We got ourselves Panini and ate in st croce's plaza. The panini was amazing ...
... ended up at the entrance to the Boboli Gardens, where we were prompted to pay 10 euros to get in. Being cheap and tired, we decided to pass and just hike back down, cross the Ponte Vecchio, buy some wine and drink it on the balcony of my pensione (classic night here in Florence). However, now after hearing about how beautiful the Boboli Gardens supposedly are, I am determined to make it there one of these ...
... our tour with an info. session and tasting of Olive oil, balsamic vinegar and assorted cheeses. We then picked up our produce for our cooking class. We began the class by making Tirimasu. We then made made our own pasta by hand. We made ricotta ravioli and papadelli noodles. We we taught how to create the richest bolognese sauce. We had bruschetta, ate our food with our cooking friends. We washed it down with the local chianti. We finished at 4pm and wandered back to ...