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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Heated pool
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... another time) toward the Sant' Ambrogio market...heaven for vegans and carnivores alike! It's raining....we've been saying the sewer gases need just a little rain to wash them away, but didn't think the rain gods heard us....glad CV n TF are inside at the Uffizi. It looks like we're going to have to wait awhile to go to the post office...oh well, guess we'll have a glass of wine! We feel ...
... historian would have to confess that most of the monuments are a celebration to the male dominance and strength...but I suppose where best fits displays of male virility than in Italy? Don't fear though, I have probably been saved from my sinful thoughts by the amount of churches I have visited. Not just any old churches, but some of the most beautifully fresco decorated and detailed churches that I have ever seen. It is not all about art and historical ...
... sunglasses and glasses when not draped around my neck and any souvenirs purchased, unless they are bigger. Thank you to my son, Geoff and his wife, Kimberly, for the first bag! Guys may want something less colorful, but if you use a backpack, carry it in front instead.
2. A small purse or manbag that zips (avoid anything easy to access though) to be worn either in front or safely on a protected side (i.e. no easy access for unzipping, etc.) I got mine ...
Once again, as part of my ISA program, I returned to the city of Florence for a weekend of wine, good food, and site-seeing in this beautiful city. I had been guided around by my friend Heidi last time, so it was very fun to do the same for a new group of friends this semester. I arrived in the early afternoon on Friday and immediately left for a guided tour at the Uffizi. Following that, I stayed longer at the gallery to see everything they hurry us past, ...
... although very tired afterward. Then back to Florence by bus this time, and a brief stroll around before attending a gallery opening at the Palazzo Panciaticchi where Susan Chalkley's friend, Luigi Falai, was showing. We met Susan while we were staying at Villa La Palagina in Figline Valdarno a few days earlier. It was very good, although there was then a talk afterward in Italian, which was not only hard, but also quite embarassing, yet again, because in my haste to ...