Il Molino del Ponte
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the owner who came over and showed us through. It was some distance from the hotel itself on the Piazza Republica , a very central area and a great apartment. The air conditioning was fine.
We did the walk around Florence, over the famous bridge, the Ponte Vecchio, past the Galleria academia ( where the statue of David) is, around the Duomo ( the famous cathedral) and of course past the shops, shops and more shops. A ...
... our time at dinner and went back to the hostel to get our stuff. I’m happy to report that we did indeed make our train that night.
Florence was a very pleasant surprise for me. Before this trip, it was a city that I knew very little about. The buildings were all large and made of stone, they seemed to surround you as you were walking down the streets. My feet experienced some of the worst pain they have ever felt, but despite it all this city grew to be one of ...
... the train who was getting off at Firenze, "Suzzi! Como si arriva a questo indirizzo?", but he didn't know. Then I asked another guy standing outside the station, then a lady at the bus stop, then some teenagers sitting in a window sill, and the pharmacy attendant who I bought some skin healing cream for the raw skin on my leg. Nobody knew where this place was!! Finally I asked a twenty-something about it, and he pointed to his girlfriend and told ...
... to the departure point for the tour, outside the city surrounds, an hour and half later, just in time to join our Vespa tour group. Phew!
In a matter of minutes we were helmeted up, camera attached to the front of Steve’s Vespa, and a quick practice run down the driveway and back. The rest is history.
Wow !!!!!! We had so much fun today. Our group of nine followed Tom and Jacopo (our two guides) as we made ...
... OH did I tell you I have converted K to gelati????? Yes by golly she has had not one but two gelatis!!!!!!!!.......over to Santa Croce, unfortunately the basilica dome was covered by scaffolding... not to worry, we ventured over to Mickie's tomb... that's michelangelo to the uninitiated!
By this stage our feet were crying out for a pedicure, we even thought about soaking them in the bidet when we got home........ the things one does ...