- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... local guide to take us through the miracle square. We thought T had finished with us but she followed us around through the tour like a poodle and often interrupted our tour guide about something not related to the tour. I felt like throwing a bone to see if she'd fetch it and leave us be. Eventually she left and we didn't see her until we finished the tour. The tour with the local guide was really interesting and informative, telling the history of ...
... Taiwanese guy) was from Germany.
I ate a nice big chop for lunch and Dan treated for my bday! It was quite a nice lunch and not that pricey for its central location.
We caught the free walking tour that brought us around town and showed us the key icons of the city. Since it was a free tour, we didn't enter any of the museums (require payment). But the exteriors of the buildings were magnificent.
At the end of the ...
... I get motion sick from busses, airplanes, aka anything that is a bumpy road....well this wasnt bumpy but was winding roads through the tuscan hills and barely made it off the bus! The bad thing js that I had my motion sickness pills in my bag at the apartment!!!! I am never taking them out of my purse again! Lets just say I sat in the front seat the remainder of the time and bought some stuff at the local pharmacy. After ...
... the progression of art through the years and the different regional techniques. The Uffizi was the first museum in the world established by the wealthy Medici family and displayed Italy's finest masterpieces from 13th to 17th century.
An extra special treat was to explore the Vasari corridor that the Medici family built in 1535 to connect their home in the Pitti Palace on the south side of the Arno River to the their offices on ...
... else in the world I would go to Florence it was like coming home. So the last few days I spent walking around, a bit of shopping, eating (oh my eating lots) enjoying the scenery, visited a couple of museums and on my last night attended a cooking class. This was fabulous I can make pasta and a couple of other things, but the one thing to remember is not everything has to have a thousand ingredients all you need are 3 or 4 ingredients and you have a meal. ...