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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a small leather handbag to wear with my frocks, and Garth was very patient while I did my goldilocks routine - this one is too big, this one is the wrong colour, this one doesn't convert to a backpack! We then stopped at a small glove shop and bought gloves for our girls and for me. I ended up with black leather gloves with little grey buttons (which will match my new grey leather bag very nicely!). I am a bit worried I am becoming too neat and tidy, but maybe it's ...
... we have had since we have been here. We have been spoilt for food the last few days so can't complain really. Whilst the dinner wasn't too good the rooms here are excellent and clean. We are only in Florence tonight before heading off for the French Riviera tomorrow. As I've already mentioned, we just got a small taste of Florence today which was great but I'd love to spend at least a few days here and really learn more about this great ...
... he is studying to be an engineer so we had a most wonderful morning together. As we took pictures together he reviewed photographic concepts with me but best of all he really worked with me on using Live View and my tilt LCD display.
After my class I rushed back to the apartment as Susan was going to try and book a nail appointment for herself and a pedicure for me. After two months of steady walking my feet are in need of some TLC. I arrive back at the apartment to ...
... br> It was now getting very hot so we walked over the Ponte Vecchio and up to the Palazzo Pitti and walked slash snoozed in the gardens. Watched the F1 qualifying in an Irish bar and then found a pizzeria that sells surprise Pizza. (Turned out to be ham and mushroom)
The next day we headed up to Michelangelo's square for views over the city and then into the Medici chapel (the Medici's basically owned the ...
... the morning and headed out of the city. The first half of the day was pretty tiring, with the long tiring hills of the Tuscan countryside, I had wished we rented a scooter. The rolling hillsides of olive tree farms, vineyards, and villas were just as you imagine them in the movie "under the tuscan sun." But even with all the hills, it all ended up being worth it when we rode downhill with our bicycles through Impruneta ...