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- Shuttle bus service
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- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Outdoor pool
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... their way up the sides of the dome until you reach the lookout at the top. It was dark, and quite often we were met with people coming down, which made for some awkward moments :) But it was all worth it once we reached the top. The fresh air was welcome, and all thoughts of my heart exploding out of my chest were forgotten :) The view over Florence was amazing. We found our Church on our square...When I say "we" found it, ...
... we decided to pay it a visit. Unfortunately Shaz and I were in shorts, so we're forced to cover up with a very stylish white silk type of sarong thing. We managed to see Michelangelo's Crucifix of Christ which was a little underdone.......in fact a lot underdone but we were assured it was because it was a reflection of a younger Christ. Of course no photos were allowed to be taken but Treisha did manage to sneak one of the inside of the Church and one of Shaz ...
... He built two more levels, with four niches on each side and each level, but the second row of niches are empty. Construction came to a halt in 1348, year of the disastrous black death.
Pisano was replaced in his turn by Franceso Talenti by who built the top three levels, with the large windows, completing the bell tower ...
... the boats between islands are very leisurely and stay inland for about 20 mins or so before departing again. Luckily, we spotted a small water taxi that was departing and even though he was full he called for another one for us! Bryan and mom spotted "Brian Sticks" as we awaited the taxi, which we learned were toothpicks. Soon we were on a tiny water taxi bopping along the large waves in between giant cliffs and beautiful clear blue ...
... farming land and saw many rolled bales of hay dotting the paddocks. Just before we reached Bologna the terrain became mountainous which meant that instead of seeing spectacular scenery we spent most of the time travelling through tunnels! As we approached Florence there was the now familiar graffiti to welcome us. The Florence railway station from the outside is the most bland building I have ever seen. It looks like a dirty brown cardboard box! Our hotel, ...