Hotel Raffaello Florence
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... We then went inside the museum and saw all of the various displays of china, which were also beautiful. I was very unhappy that my phone died, but was thankful that I could take so many pictures.
We walked through the gardens again and came to various statues or works of art. We passed an orange grove (that no one else noticed) and came to pathways with the trees growing over into an arch-tunnel shape. These lead to a more open path surrounded by green that lead us to ...
... the outside of the Florence Duomo which is so spectacular – so Josy, Phil & Di and Terri & Paul – don’t feel bad about not getting to see the inside. Shopping included presents for Craig and others and a few necessities for me – I finally managed to find a suitable pair of pj pants to replace the ones I left in Turkey somewhere. For those of you having naughty thoughts it is none of your ...
... the way to Rome we stop in a small town Orvieto which is famous for its wild boar! Ben had a pasta and I ordered a cold meat platter as I was a bit over pasta! But the boar was yum yum! it also had an amazing cathedral here - it is where the popes used to live before Vatican City. Sorry Ben took most of the photos in Florence on his phone will have to get them off his phone first. On to Rome! N & B ...
... their elaborate carved images, the cisterns, the arenas, some villas, sections the city walls (which are dotted throughout Rome in giant chunks as are many other amazing Roman remains such as the famous baths), the extraordinary engineering and the imposing sight of it all.Second stage of root canal job and as I wait for Jonny at the dentist I observe the receptionists who are so friend kind and warm and chat uninhibitedly yet ...
... markers mean that if you park there you will have to pay an hourly rate. And the white markers mean that this is public parking - there isn't a lot of it and you're going to have to walk a bit to get to wherever it is that you want to go. The parking crunch is exacerbated by the presence of sizeable ZTL zones in most city centres. Whatever you do, do not bring your car into one of these zones. The fines can be quite heavy. All this ...