Hotel Villa Azalee
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... and laden with fat. Even the croissants were too sweet, as ridiculous as that sounds. For some reason, even the most savoury things taste like sugar and marzipan…the mind boggles.
And don’t get me started on the price of tea in this country…I paid about £4.50 for a bloody tea bag and a pot of hot water near Florence train station! Daylight robbery I tell ye!
Our day, like our entire weekend in Florence appeared to be ...
... and dries but doesn't fold. I can't wait to see what a hot mess those clothes are... Hopefully they have an iron someplace in this hotel. I think it's against the law to have irons in the rooms. No really - against the law. But maybe they have one for hotel guests hidden away somewhere.
... the Tyrrhenian Sea as we departed Fiumicino airport, which lies on the coast. In less than an hour, we began the descent into Florence, with the rolling hills of Tuscany spread out beneath us.
After landing in Florence, we telephoned the apartment owners, and after a 20-minute taxi ride, arrived at our new address on the Via della Spada, a narrow little street in a picturesque part of the old city. The building itself, which dates back ...
... crypts are all in the church.....see pics below if you wish to. Then we marched up Mick's park and frigging steep hill to view the old town from across the river. Amazing...some classic photos of the old city and churches for sure. The food is wonderful as well. Pizza is not pizza back home. Just different I guess but very enjoyable. The people are all very friendly and happy to see us....but we both admit globalization is working as there are many common ...
... in the night. It was even better. It was bubbly white wine too and it was sweet. Our pizzas were delicious. They they brought us free bread, but not a basket of bread. They literally brought us pizza dough with salty olive oil on it. It tasted like popcorn. We devoured that. Then we were brought limoncello shots just out of the blue. They were free...and very very strong. If you don't know what limoncello is it's an Italian liquor that's really lemony and a ...