Hotel San Marco
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- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Concierge desk
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel San Marco Prato
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My first week of classes was a little rocky trying to find my classrooms
around the city and getting use to how they do things over here. Lets just say all the streets run together and in Italian...if any knows me they know how well I am with directions! By the end of this semester I hope I'm navigating this city like a local! Other
than that, Consumer Behavior and Sewing turned out to be my favorite classes! Lauryn got here this week ...
I am so grateful for everyone's donations to my Live Below the Line campaign!
I finished on Friday and was so shocked to receive an anonymous donation of $190 on Saturday to bring me up to my goal of $500. I would like to thank whoever the generous, selfless person ...
... it was hilarious that they had "smoking booths" in the Vienna airport.
We landed in Florence at around 1 and made our way into town via a shuttle bus. A short walk later and we dropped our bags off at our B&B and hit the town hunting for gellato. It was very easy to find and we spent the remainder of the afternoon wandering around this amazing city. It was quite busy today as it was some sort of national holiday. We made our way beyond ...
... I couldn't understand their exchange but experienced a 'Nina' from Offspring moment where multiple scenarios ran through my head regarding the current location of my lingerie. My hopes were soon crushed as mediator paused for a moment and remorsefully admitted the garbage truck had emptied the bins this morning and placed their contents in the tip. Following this not so positive news there was an awkward pause which turned into a sorrowful acceptance which ...
... catch a cab back to my apartment block if I couldn't find my way back. Setting out with an optimistic "it's-a-new-day-you-have-all-the-italia n-words-you-need-written-on-paper-with- you-you'll-be-fine" attitude, I set foot in my peach coloured maxi dress and clogs to find a supermarket. As soon as I commenced my journey toward the supermacarto I realised that I was seriously overdressed. Everyone on the street was wearing dark colours and jackets. I was getting so ...