Residence La Contessina
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
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... that goes into calculating distances, navigation, the making of maps and clocks and early scientific discoveries. There is also a section on early medical training and teaching. While there’s a lot to absorb Madalene and Drew do quite well and really have a great time with several hands-on exhibits at the end of the tour.
We cross the Ponte Vecchio and find Il Santo Benitore a restaurant that was recommended to ...
... It was nice to have something different from gelato for a change as well. I went back to the hostel and messaged my friend Gray, the New Zealander I hung out with in Portugal, because I knew he was arriving in Florence that night. We met up for dinner at this trendy place, Kitsch. We ordered a cocktail each and only had to pay an extra 3€ for the all you can eat buffet. I had ...
... smaller than I thought but it was heaps thicker than I thought. We got all, our pictures Richard got us a gelato with two scoops. We saw some markets there so we looked there I got a big that had different places written in it in Italy. We finally left the tower of Pisa . We went back to the apartment it was all ready. We did went out for dinner it was a tiring day. Me 5 ...
... it was how we walked (will we be getting a ticket in the mail?) we walked up and back and - we found it - just by sight! Wanting to send a txt to Carlo, I checked the previous txt to him , and lo! The name of the restaurant appeared, confirming it was the same one. Joey had spaghetti. Bolognese I had polenta with mushrooms , Tom and Serene had an eggplant dish and an amazing gnocchi with Gorgonzola sauce that was amazing! So we had ...
... of David was inspired by an early nude sculpture, which years earlier would have caused an uproar and the artist imprisoned, but with the new modern era the Florentines embraced the move forward.
The Academia Museum was relatively small, it took us just over an hour to tour with David and other unfinished sculptures of Michelangelo being the main attraction. We were glad we did not pay for a tour guide as the girls tended to glance at most of ...