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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... and parmesans, pecorino, and wild boar.....the list is getting abit endless. This is my first chance at a keyboards and the libray is only giving me five more minutes. I will try to write more on my table later tonight.
Its been a few days since my last edit on this entry I have visited Pievesola and Radicondoli (both unique hill top towns of generally medieval age it seems). The weather remains sunny and warm: one day of ...
... By now we believed in her so we drove around the city and took a turn through an ancient city gate no wider than our car. There were signs saying traffic was restricted as we inched our way through the hundreds of pedestrians walking on the road. (Or were we driving on the sidewalk?) Finally, Ms Garmin announced we had arrived at the Hotel Nazionale. Upon closer look we saw we were there but couldn’t park our car in the middle of all the pedestrians so ...
... highways. And everyone drives like their tail is on fire. Our little house in Santa Fiora is so tucked away that we make a point of making sure we're home before dark - these roads are not for the "faint of heart". Steak dinner, tonight with mashed potatoes. I never thought that I would ever get tired of pasta but all of us are eyeing that bag of potatoes with anticipation. And while the fire is wonderful, tonight, we are hoping for some sunshine, ...
Upon arriving in Florence, we took a train to visit the Leaning Tower of Pisa. We arrived at the Cathedral Square and to my surprise, I found the medieval Cathedral to be much more interesting than the leaning bell tower. This is where I learned that the reason the Baptistery is located directly in front of the Cathedral, is because one was not allowed to enter the Cathedral unless they were first baptized. It is said that people would enter the ...
Freya Middleton met us at 9:30 AM in the lobby. www.freyasflorence.com. As it was raining heavily, with raincoats and umbrellas, we began our tour right outside the hotel where Freya explained the architectural significance of structural features we would be seeing throughout the city. Freya is very knowledgeable with a post graduate degree in art history.
Turning to left, and then another left we walked to Via de Tornabuoni ...