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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Lombardia Florence
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... the streets became deserted, luckily I had an umbrella which I had been advised not to bring to Europe but luckily I had ignored that advice! We grabbed some lunch and took it back to our hotel room before returning to our shopping once it had cleared. We saw a fake statue of David, another creepy church, waited 6 hours to be served in the post office to buy stamps to find out they were €3 each (roughly $5) when they were €1 in Spain! Never going to ...
... and then headed back on the bus to Florence - after all, we had to make it to our 7:30pm dinner reservation for the famous Florentine steak!! Our dinner at La Sostenza lived up to its reputation - a small, homely restaurant which slowly filled up with expectant patrons who'd booked nights in advance. We were seated with a couple from Charleston, South Carolina and we noticed that we ...
... sandwiches and a map, they were so sweet. After we found our hostel we relaxed and got tipsy on wine, then we went for dinner and explored the sites around town. The tall buildings were very detailed and there were lots of beautiful statues. We found some bars and ended up spending the end of the night doing rounds of shots and chatting and dancing in an Irish ...
... so my knees shook because they are terrible from dance. I think I understood a total of two words which was "Amen" and "Padre", soooo I think next time I will try and find an English speaking mass so that i can get a little more out of it but what an amazing experience!
We gave our only map to Jenna (who is really good at directions) and left the two blondes who are ...
... the town of Florence, the river, the hills. A great pick, and well worth the walk along the cobblestones! It is very close to numerous cafes and bars for the locals, not tourists, so the prices are good and the food great. I took numerous photos of the apartment, and even a video of the bells ringing from the church next to us! The next morning, we bought a €50 Firenze Card which allows us into more than 50 museums, galleries and churches in ...