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... family in Florence. Really amazing thinking,way over my head. Following Rick Steve's Travel Guide, we next crossed the Arno River, to San Minato church, built in the 11th century to celebrate the life of St. Minias. Today, at evening mass, a service of "gregorian chants" is presented. Herb and I both are blessed to be there,thanking God for the wonderful trip. We eat dinner atop this hill overlooking Florence and it's delicious. Back to the Sheraton by shuttle and good ...
... commissioned by the Medici family back during their reign of Florence, during the 1400 and 1500's and housed in what was once their private gallery above the city. Upon finishing we are rewarded with a yummy gelato! We next wind our way through the streets and over the Ponte Vecchio bridge to discover Pitti Palace, the palace Medici's built after outgrowing their original on the other side of the river. These palaces are connected by walkways ...
... which was a scenic trip past elegant old Villas, olive groves, and other "classic Tuscan scenery. I had to stand for most of the trip as there were no seats. I didn’t check the Guidebook until after I arrived, but apparently that Bus has a reputation for pickpockets (thankfully I didn’t have any problems).
Fiesole was reportedly founded by the Etruscans in the 9th-8th century BC, but I believe later taken over by the Romans. It's mentioned ...
... dissected bodies secretly to get accuracy in his sculpture, has the crucfix by the 17 year old teenager, marvelous work but Christ does look more like a teenager I think. It also is related to the older Gothic slender sculptures I have seen in Germany. Michelangelo was very religious and being among the monks of the monastery next to the church must have influenced him after his long stay in the ...
... Turkish Airline has a new fan. 7pm: Land at Istanbul Ataturk airport. Carnage and confusion, craziness with visas (most nationalities need to buy a visa in the airport, but they only accept dollars or Euros for this visa - and by this stage I just have £s or Turkish Lire) and a 1 hour queue to get through customs. Then I discover my suitcase has been ripped - thankfully nothing taken. I run for ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed