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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... were very pleased, asking everyone for money to put in the till. 21 August Today we took the train to Florence. With the kids in tow, we had a very precise agenda - walk over the Ponte Vecchio, have a look at the Duomo and check out Dave. On the train, Jo consulted her Lonely Planet to see if perhaps our agenda could be loosened a little. The book advised a trip up to the Piazzale Michelangelo to get a look out over the city. The No 13 bus would take us straight ...
Saturday morning we broke camp in Levanto and headed down the Autostrada bound for Tuscany and Firenze. The cost of diesel fuel here in Italy is scandalous. We paid 1.30 euros per litre in France and the cheapest we have found since entering Italy is 1.60 euros per litre. I guess the Italian government has decided to get out of their debt crisis by taxing the hell out of things like fuel. Last night (Saturday) we struck up a friendship with a couple camped next to us here ...
... Since that day was long already we went back to the room to take a little break before going to Piazza de Michelangelo, which is across the river and you see the whole view of the city from it. We definitely wanted to go there for sunset so we booked it to there, but while we were just hanging in the hostel we found our friends from QU staying across the hall so we started to talk to them and see how their trip was going and what they were up to. Another city, more people we ...
Our last day in Florence started early. We wanted to listen to the AFL grand final. Luckily we could do so accessing radio through our ipad. Will always remember where we were when the Dockers played in their first grand final!!
We had seen several adverts for an outlet shopping complex with the big labels there, so headed out to investigate. It was a 45 min bus ride and probably not what we were hoping for. Yes there were lots ...
... hope for a resurrection of the dead. At the top of the dome is "The Last Judgment" with the giant figure of Christ in the center with the dead rising from their graves under Christ's feet. The Risen Lord will summon living and dead alike to account for their actions.