- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... We started with 4 breads with different toppings such us olives, brucetta, tomato and bocconcini and then a creamy mince one. Second course was then some penne in just a simple tomato sauce and then a tortellini. Third course was the most delicious meat I have ever had! It was like a rump that was cooked perfectly with just simply rocket, Parmesan and olive oil poured over the top of it. Yet again another delicious and simple meal to add to my recipe book :) by this stage we had ...
Mark here: Breakfast at Rinascente rooftop.. great view of the duomo....today we split up and each had our own experience...Cat went to the Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore and then to a traveling Picasso exhibit at the Palazzo Strozzi and I went to climb to the top of the Florence dome. It was not an easy climb (466 steps). Hot and humid and no air in the halls climbing to the top. I'm also a little claustrophobic!!!!!!! But, it was ...
Originally on this day, I planned on only visiting the Brancacci Chapel within the church of Santa Maria del Carmarine. So at midday I traveled across the Arno River to the Oltrarno neighborhood of Florence hoping to not need a reservation for the chapel but rather just be able to buy a ticket on site. The Brancacci chapel is one of the lesser visited churches of the city so their reservation policy is not a matter of crowd control due to numbers of people but rather the smallness of the ...
... have a truly great spread. Later on at midnight the game was broadcasted on large projection screens in the plaza and the plaza was completely filled with people cheering for Italy.
On the 17th I visited the Medici Chapels which is where members of the family are buried and where Michelangelo's New Sacristy is located. Before entering the Sacristy, I walked around the domed Chapel of the ...
... of Chianti so, they aren't really that different. What is really important to know is that, to be considered Chianti, a wine
has to be grown in the Chianti (or Chianti Classico) region and must be at least 80% Sangiovese grapes. Super Tuscans or IGTs are Chianti region wines that don't have that 80% Sangiovese requirement so, the winemakers can play around with the different grapes a bit more. Fun fact, eh?
Well, I managed to recover enough to enjoy the ...