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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... lot smaller but there are more courses served.
10.) Pizza is not cut here into slices. All of the times that I’ve ordered pizza I get a personal sized pizza that is not cut. Usually I just tear pieces off and eat it which seems to work well!
These are just ten of the things that I have noticed after being here for a month and I’m excited to notice and learn more about the Italian culture! Love to everyone back home!
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When we made it, we were too early to check in, so chilled on the sofas, before heading out to find lunch, at a little café/bar, where we had paninis, and I had the best Sprite of the trip so far. We then headed back to the hostel, checked in, got settled in the dorm, decided what we want to do whilst we're here, and then headed to crash by the pool for the rest of the afternoon, before going ...
Two tours today, first a brief look at Florence and then a visit to Cathedral of Santa Maria and the Baptistery of San Giovanni. Once again, a lot of restoration work being carried out here. The Baptistery was incredible - built in the XI century, and the artwork on the ceiling was beautiful. Again we had to leave this ...
... we got settled, we decided to take a 5 minute walk to the Piazza della Signoria where we visited the outdoor Loggia dei Lanzi. The loggia is filled with incredible marble and bronze statues, including the famous Perseus with the head of Medusa by Cellini, the enormous Fountain of Neptune, Judith and Holofernes by Donatello and many others. The scale of ...
... Tuscan roads for a 15 mile ride. The views were so breathtaking that I found myself hitting the brakes for pictures every 5-10 minutes. The scenery was full of olive trees and Tuscan cypress trees...so pretty! The ride itself was advertised as "beginner", but my legs said it was definitely intermediate. I forgot that Tuscany was made up of never ending hills!! After 3 hours, we stopped at a Chianti winery whose farmhouse and villa were built ...