Hotel Il Convento
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
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... our first stop – down some winding narrow streets, we discovered a WONDERFUL restored building and were greeted by a gracious and friendly woman who spoke pretty good English. She pointed out that they had a special exhibit of embroideries and laces from Countess Antonia Suardi’s collection. At the beginning of the 20th century, she was one of the biggest supporters of the guild whose main purpose was "safeguarding and promoting ...
... join a queue and then get the front of the queue and realise that you have to go somewhere else to buy a ticket. The inside of the Duomo is large but spartan by normal Italian church standards. Sandy and I braved the climb up to the top of the bell tower which is all stone and has narrow stairways with two way traffic. We felt motivated now so we joined the queue to get to the top of the dome and we only had to ...
It's Monday! Usually Mondays are terrible, but I can already tell today is going to be a GREAT day! Class starts tomorrow, welcome dinner tonight (free food), and skyping tonight! I'm so nervous for classes tomorrow, I have no idea what to expect! I'm now down to 12 credits though, so it shouldn't be too difficult trying to balance school with traveling the world ;)!
... met Kathy in 1992 and she is one of my closest friends. They moved to Oregon 8 years ago, and thankfully, we've been able to see each other a few times a year. Our daughters Alayna and Elle have known each other since they were babies, and they enjoy spending time with each other. The last time I saw Kathy was earlier this year when she came to CA to tour local colleges for her college consulting business, and last summer the kids and I spent a week with ...
... worth it. We had a selection of local antipasti favourites as starters, had some 'gnuddi' (which had to be explained to us - like gnocchi but smaller) to share (so good) and then a main each (ribs and pork medallions the winners). Then we all shared an amazing tiramisu for dessert, which was all washed down with some very nice local wine! Super tasty.
The next day we decided to go and check out the Uffizi gallery which is a art historians dream. Not only is it the ...