- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... men at Messiah's birthplace of Bethlehem. The event dates back to 1417 when male members of the Medici family commemorated the baby's birth with a cavalcade. The parade took a break when the Medici's were expelled from Florence in 1494 and experienced a revival in 1997. Yesterday we rode the train west about an hour to explore the "Field of Miracles" in Pisa which includes the Duomo, Baptistery, Camposanto Cemetery, Museum of the Sinopias ...
... We pull out the iPad and look to see if we can find any information on line, but the web site for the bus system does not have a route map we can find. There is another couple on the bus who have been sitting on the bus for ages as well and they were totally lost as well. Finally we end up back in piazza San Marco, where we started. An hour and a half, ticket is now no good so we decide to go and have lunch and think of our options. We remember passing a large ...
... and is truly breathtaking, The statue is huge, full of detail and personality in the face. Seeing David was one of our top experiences in Florence... No photos were allowed, but I have posted photos under yesterday's entry of Mike and I in front of the replica... Not quite the same!! By this time, we were ready to sit in our hotel's garden with a nice glass of wine and relax. Then, it was off to do more walking (and more stairs) as we headed across the river ...
My parents just got back from Paris today so tonight the roomies and I decided to take them out on the town! We started the evening by going to Tijuana - the BEST mexican food we can find in Florence! Of course we made happy hour so we all got pitchers of the BEST margaritas and split them - strawberry and mango. After dinner we ran home in the rain and drank some of my disgusting dessert wine and headed to the ...
... take a short break.
At dusk we headed back to see the Duomo, the Piazza della Signora and Ponte Vecchio in the early evening light. We stopped to watch the sunset over the Arno one last time, before heading back to the bar we had stopped at the night before. Again we had wine with our "appertivo" dinner. It was a tasty end to our first trip to Florence.
Tomorrow is our last breakfast at Maurizio's (we'll miss him!). Then it is on to ...