Hotel Massimo D'Azeglio
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The Duomo in Florence. Yep. The Duomo in Florence! Hahaha. How good is that? Didn't see this last night. Was too busy looking right. Now you just turn you head to the left ... And there it is. The Duomo in Florence! 10 minutes down my street to the left. Great view. Well, I slept in. Alarm ( Yep. I had to set it. What if I had slept til 4pm or something?) Alarm went off at 9.45am. Boy, I needed that. Breakfast on the balcony. ( Slept through ...
... setting in Santorini, and here I am now sitting in Florence doing the exact same thing, in a another country with a different backdrop. Beautiful.
I ate what was probably the best pizza of my life followed by probably the best doppio espresso at Mercato Centrale, roofed in while the summer storm was crashing heaving above.
I took a stroll along the Arno River and walked through Ponte Veccio, admiring the true essence of the Firenze culture and ...
... gradually came on across the town and valley below. Definitely one of the best meals we've had while we've been out here.
Q. When is 100 not 100?
A. When it's in an Italian hotel.
Confused? Yes, so were we. We had a hotel booked in Montecatini Terme, and found it ok and checked in without incident. "You're in room 100, first floor Mr Hunter" said the nice lady on the front desk. We walked up the stairs, ...
This weekend we went on our first weekend long excursion to Florence, Tuscany, Italy. We left thursday after class and took the high speed train to Florence which ended up being an hour and a half ride. It passed by quickly but felt worse on the ears than an airplane because of the constant moving through tunnels. When we arrived it was -surprise- still raining like it has been all ...
... the the Uffizi museum. Close to the museum we found a place for lunch which was mediochre.
After lunch we queued to collect our prepaid tickets and then queued to get in the door. The museum has some amazing works of art and we spent the next 2 to 3 hours wandering its two floors looking at art and also admiring the view over the river Arno.
Jack and Sam then went down to the Ponte Vecchio and ...