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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... on this trip so far...going along with us as we take her through many museums and palaces. We are making sure to stop for snacks, give her time to sketch and taking time to sit and chat. We have learned that Katie and Karen move through museums at a similar pace and often leave Luke behind as he reads each and every plaque! Information overload!!
Katie really enjoys the hikes up to the top of the towers and domes and we ...
... in the Medici Square- Include: " The Fountain of Neptune" by Bartolomeo Ammannati (1575) " Hercules and Cacus", by Bandinelli (1533) " The Rape of the Sabine Women", by Giambologna "Perseus with the Head of Medusa", by Cellini (1554) "David" a copy by Michaelangelo The "bronze equestrian statue of Cosimo I" by Giambologna (1594) Coach drive into the country for an afternoon visit to San Gimignano of the fine towers. Medieval town in the ...
... just might work! We go across the street – I try on a pair of boots…they fit. Do I like them….um, maybe? But they aren’t SPECTACULAR. I decide if I’m going to spend the money, they have to be AMAZINGLY SPECTACULAR! These aren’t. Pass.
Well, wouldn’t you know it….just around the corner and up the block is our ABSOLUTE FAVORITE Italian Enoteca, well in Italy that is … Le Volpi e l'Uva! ...
... the train, there was no food or water to purchase. I did have a bag of pretzels from the flight that I had thrown in my carry on, I sparingly nibbled on each pretzel, but then I was thirsty! The seats were plastic & positioned to sit straight up. Then I had to go potty, but didn't want to leave my belongings. I was a hot, sweaty, hungry, thirsty mess & couldn't wait to roll into the La Spezia station where I would have 30 minutes to ...
... some time winding through the rat's-maze of buyers and sellers, with Dee finding several interesting souvenirs along the way.
We soon realized that the traditional market on the ground floor is closed on Sundays; however, on the second level is a recently-renovated, 30,000 sq. ft. space, which has been transformed into the most elegant "food court" we could ever imagine. Before its renovation by a local entrepreneur, apparently this area was in a sad ...