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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We started the day by getting a beautiful breakfast at the hotel, followed by a longgg orientation. finally around 2pm we were able to head over and move into our apartment! It is wonderful!!!! the decore has a lot of dark wood and mirrors/glass, with white walls and Victorian style couches. but the VIEW cannot be beat. we are right ...
... of business was to purchase another suitcase! We have had a little fun! We the headed to meet Amy for a drink and dinner! On the way we stopped to visit Maurizio at his shop where Suzie could she the lamps! After Ellen purchased a lamp we went around the corner for dinner! Suzie and I had the pesce risotto! Yum! Tomorrow our plan is to meet ...
... if that wasn't cool enough, it was delivered to your table with big ass firework looking, flare fizzing mega sparkler on top! Alex went for a **** seconds before ours came out. Missed the whole thing. Classic. Then it was time for what's expected of you at a karaoke bar... sing some Barnsey. Unfortunately though, Adam Hills rendition of Advance Australia Fair didn't go down nearly as good as it should have. The bloody turkey DJ loaded up a Working Class Man version that actually ...
... Florence boasts. Ponte Vecchio is a Medieval stone bridge across the narrowest part of the Arno River and it is still lined with shops as was common throughout history. Rumour has it the concept of bankruptcy originated along the bridge: when a merchant couldn't pay his debts the table on which he displayed his goods ("banco") was broken ("rotto") by soldiers and he was no longer able to sell anything.
So far we've stayed in two hostels ...
... we got there we realised there was a lot of free parking. Whoops! Oh well, we got our exercise for the day! Up this hill is a replica of the Statue of David and a few other of his pieces. It was cool, but it wasn't the reason we went up there. There were amazing views of Florence from up there. Nothing but terra cotta colored roofs. Well worth out melting hot walk! Next, we headed to Galleria del Academia. This is where the real Statue of David lives. After driving ...