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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
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I've been to Pisa before and I loved it. I've heard some say that it was disappointing but not for me. Just like my first impressions more than 8 years ago, that first look at the Square of Miracles is surprising and breathtaking. Especially with blue skies like we had today. It's surprising because it seems like all we ever see in the …
I forgot about the early mornings for these tours. Up at 6 AM! Breakfast was with everyone at the hotel (it's included all throughout the tour). I sat with the couple from Indiana (Sharon and ? – I’m not doing so well with learning names). They’ll be celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary on a gondola ride when we …
... mostly downhill, back to the castle where we were debriefed and boarded the vans for the trip home. It was a fun way to experience Tuscany but I think we are going to pay for it tomorrow.
We stopped to get gelato on our way back to the hotel and enjoyed a glass of wine before supper. Good thing it was a quick bite of pasta, because we were both pretty tired. That about wraps up Florence and we are off to Venice by train tomorrow morning.
... occur, I was getting a cold. With the immune system of an 80 year old man I knew it was bound to happen but in Italy makes it all the worst. This also means I'm now a pharmacy junky. Here is some advice, make sure you remember what the pharmacist tells you because trying to understand dosages off a packet can be tricky, awkward.
Upon arrival back to our camp I was pretty keen to chill out by the pool and get ...
... so hungry it was all a welcomed delight in addition to tasting wonderful. We could have sat there for hours but unfortunately we needed to start our trek back to Florence. Our reservation was set for the Weston Excelsior Florence but when we arrived the manager informed us that we had been upgraded to the newly re-opened (two weeks earlier) sister property - The St Regis Hotel across the small piazza. Entering the St Regis was like stepping into a ...