Hotel I' Fiorino
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Smoking rooms available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
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... that I stayed engaged for the whole 3 hours. We have full details of why the sculptor, Michelangelo created the statue of David as he did. Do you know what he has over his shoulder and why? We do! Anyway, we saw Accademia (where the real David stands), the Duomo (largest dome and church in the world-an architectural wonder) and ...
... supplies and then set off by foot to the Colosseum. We were absolutely blown away by the old buildings, and I mean really old. Old walls, and archeological dig sites. Just how many old buildings does one city need. The volume of traffic here is also very high; we sat and watched it go by as we had dinner at a sidewalk cafe. We walked about halfway home before we decided that we had had enough for one day and hailed a taxi. We will all sleep well and tackle the Vatican city ...
... declared she loved her meat and would certainly try it; me too! I noted that it was priced at 4 Euros per 100g and then I read that the minimum size was 600g. We both ordered the minimum! It arrived on a wooden serving board and cut into strips. When I saw it I thought that we could have shared one between us and that proved to be the case as Sue left plenty for any dog they could find to give it to. Me? You know what I'm like. I just set myself to the task ...
On my flight from Zurich to Florence I met another student with API who sat next to me on the plane. It was nice to have someone arriving in Florence with me who was going to the same place. When all of our luggage was collected and we had found the API leaders, they put us on a beautiful coach bus and took us to our hotel! Seeing Florence through the bus windows was beautiful but I cannot wait to explore more ...
... of the Chapel. When you walk into the Chapel, you are awed by its beauty. It is dark wood and green, pink and white marble. Absolutely stunning art in the chapel. When you walk behind the chapel, you see that there was a great fondness for collecting relics of former family members. The Medici family was also well loved by the popes and were gifted with many stunning pieces. Then you walk into another chapel designed by Michelangelo.. It is much brighter and ...