Miravalle Palace Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... sunny visit to this very beautiful and interesting city. We were amazed at the size and splendour of the cathedral.
However, after our return to the hotel we did have an amazing streak or lightning and a very loud clap of thunder immediately above us.......together with some very heavy rain!
We we plan to eat in again this evening!
... Occasionally, we would cross paths with an English speaking guided tour and eaves drop a bit to get more of the color behind the story.
After making your way around the horn so to speak, you reach a cafeteria near the famous first century statue of the boar and we decided to take a short break for a late breakfast/early lunch. We used this time to fill up our tanks, peruse our handy guide book, and chat about our plans ...
... return of L’Eredita recently, as it had been off air for it’s Summer break. You may recall us telling you about this earlier in the year? It’s the daily quiz show on RAI 1, (Italian BBC - sort of), that has four beautiful, young women on it, whose roles are very questionable. It would appear their job specification didn’t improve during the break, but then again, did you really think it would?. The foursome do a pointless dance at the top of the ...
... the streets, that got our toes tapping. We had a lovely wander around the Duomo Piazza before making our slow way home. Yesterday, we started the day with the very basic continental breakfast which is included. We then hit the road making our way to the Marceto Centrale which is only streets away. On our way, Jus noticed a classical music store so steps inside hoping that he just might find Tchaikovsky's 1812 overture (including canons), his favourite piece of music. ...
... is beautiful and the related parts of the monastery which are open are likewise. The Spanish Chapel, especially, is worth the effort of visiting alone. On the way there we passed by some very classy boutiques, the doors to which we avoided! Firenze is a very classy city and for those inclined to shop and spend there is unlimited opportunity. We've done a little ourselves. Next we ...