Majestic Hotel Toscanelli
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Italian (femminili) la carpa (the fish) le carpe (the fishes)
la chiave (the key) le chiavi (the keys)
l'amica (the female friend) l'amiche (the female friends)
By the time we left off at 1:00, I was pretty well brain-dead. But a nap and a bit of time at the keyboard typing in English words ...
Was every bit as amazing as everyone has said, the trick actually on this one is to wait until the opening rush has shuffled through. About 11 it's quieter and they turn the lights on. Another tip first thing is to go up the steps immediately beside the inner church door to the museum and terrace where you can get a close up view of the mosaics and look out from the ...
Had a nice breakfast and checked out of Hotel Casci. I would really recommend this hotel. I promised I would put a review on Trip Advisor. Family run hotel with a lot of charm. There is a beautiful fresco in the breakfast room. The room was wonderful and quiet. Except for the landscape work in the garden during the day. We had a wonderful stay in Florence with perfect weather every day. Except for a few random sprinkles. We headed to the Santa ...
When I arrived in Padua or Padova as it's called in Italy, I get off the train and I am immediately confronted with dreary grey skies, grey surroundings and cars aplenty. It's like a breath of fresh air. (And I do see the irony of this statement). I am instantly happy that I made the decision to come here. This place seems more like home, or any other normal city really. I head to the B&B that I booked and generally struggle with ...
... day (silly me!), so instead we had a little happy hour glass of prosecco at the end of the day.
Over the last week, I got lots of birthday packages and cards. Thank you everyone! I know that sending packages to us with a 2-3 week delay is an extra ordeal, so I'm especially thankful. I am now prepared for Christmas and for the rain thanks to decorations and a wonderful raincoat (thanks Anita and Jennafer!). I'm well accessorized with a ...