Hotel Il Rifugio
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Got up early to use our ticket to go up the 463 steps of the dome in the duomo before breakfast. It was hard work but once again the views more than made up for the effort. After coming down with a bad cold courtesy of woman sharing our box at la Scala I believe!!! We decided to take today more leisurely. So after a ...
... in the cathedral. This was a lovely building and interesting as it was different to anything else we have seen. Next we went to Camposanto, this place was filled with fresco paintings, monuments, & sarcophagus, the oldest ones we found dated back to the 1400s. With the building itself built in the late 1200's, it was badly damaged during World War II, then restored shortly after the war. Since before the Second World War ...
... ravioli. The waitress popped the plates on our table and ran off to the kitchen. My plate had a huge prawn on the top, but I couldn't see any sign of ravioli underneath it! We had just began eating when the waiter arrived at our table with our meals!!! Awkward!!! Turns out we'd been given someone else's much more expensive meal!! The waiter was so apologetic and offered to bring the meals we had ordered after we had finished this course!!! We were full, but he ...
... well worth the view and Jessie has some good photos. We then went into the cathedral which was,again, lovely
was getting late so headed back to the apartment and decided to have tea in a restaurant across the road and goodness...the jems that are in your own backyard. The food was beautiful and we had already decided we wanted to come back tomorrow only to have our spirits dashed by being told that they close on Sundays.
... and wine were flowing, and the food was quite good, and for a 75 year old, Brenda can put it away !!!
The following morning, I packed up my room and checked out. We had time to visit the Santa Croce, a huge church with murals and the Santa Maria Novella, another church with murals !!! And then it was time to say goodbye. I had a train to Milan and then a flight to London to catch whilst Lucy and Brenda were traveling southwards into ...