- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... the Mercato Centrale and bought some things. I bought another scarf that I had actually been wanting, although I'm not sure I'm crazy about the blue one I bought. I also got a bracelet for Claire that says "Firenze" with the fleur de lis, and another white scarf that will go with more of my clothes. I tried not to spend too much but found that I had spent a LOT when I got home. Meghan and I had budgeted our money last night and found that we each spent around 1600 dollars since ...
Today in built environment class we tris to make up our site visit to San Lorenzo, but of course it was closed again! This time for some cultural event! So instead we went to see the outside of a renaissance palace, and the facade of Santa Maria novella church. It sucked! It was pouring rain, and I didn't have an umbrella because mine broke in Ireland! Thankfully one of my classmates let me share hers! She was ...
... Even all the floors are marble as they all seem to be in Italy in amazing colours that I've never seen before. See some of the colours and patterns in the marble in the bust photos.
Every museum or gallery we visit seems to surpass the previous one!
We were ripped off at a cafe nearby when they charged us nearly A$12 each for a bottle of Lipton's cold tea in a bottle (which they served in a fancy glass) and ...
... to know 3 yrs ago when here and with whom a close bond was established. We wanted to take them to dinner but had absolutely no chance of them accepting -Tu sei a Roma! You are in Rome (hence OUR guests). A lovely meal in a ristorante Antonella knows and likes and a really delightful evening. I feel like she is a sort of sister somehow and so regret not having made the effort to connect with her when we were young and I was ...
... written a hundred times. We took the tours to the Palace Vecchio the Uffizi Gallery, Pitti Palace, the Michelangelo Museum and Galileo's Museum. We went through the duomo which was gratis, as were a few other sites. Cultural overload is a problem. When the attention span snaps it is sad finding oneself strolling through these magnificent galleries looking without concentrating. Some people just walk through. Saturation.