Travel Blogs from Florence
Well I feel I have been exposed to a lot of 'willies' of late. No, it's not the infamous Italian stallions, rushing to displaying me their manhoods; it's more the marble statue variety. Of course we know that Florence is the centre for Renaissance art. It may now be obvious however that I am a bit of an ignoramus when it comes to such things. My knowledge of Michael Angelo and Dante are ashamedly, mainly coming from Dan Brown. However, even the most ...
... cliff jumping. While I am there though I plan to take part in a few other activities like skiing of course, night sledding, and Swiss chocolate consuming. I wanted to dedicate a post to this even before I left so that I can give a preview of my trip to all of you. It's also helping me contain my excitement. My friends in Florence have probably heard me rave about my strike of luck long enough.
This opportunity is literally a dream come true. ...
... up a cute dress at the markets, I now had bought shoes in Paris, and a dress in Italy! After a little more shopping we got back on the coach and it was only about another hours drive into Florence and to our campsite. I roomed with Matilda, Stacey and Monica again, at least the rooms were a bit bigger this time and we had our own bathroom. We had Lasange for dinner and I had my first Italian beer! Then we got changed and went into Florence to a karaoke bar! I wasn't ...
... to the left ushering us onwards and upwards - to 2 piano. But at 1 piano there was of those tiny 'in-the-middle-of-the-stair-well' post-building lifts like in the movies with two sets of doors. Some Sue got in and took her bag; I put my bag but cold close the door! Pushed the bags and Sue in tighter and success! But I took the stairs and met them up another three flights to 2 piano. (The floors are very high). We entered the actual ...
... Nothing too big and special. We really had been walking tons, so we took a small drink break. Being so dehydrated (even though we were hydrating frequently) it was more than enough for us, two would have been too many (for me, anyways.) We did dinner with the group at this little Tuscan place out in the middle of nowhere. It was amazing! Our bus driver, Whim had some amazing dance moves and it was really ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed