Hotel Palazzo Benci
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... Mausoleum of Hadrian, usually known as
Castel Sant'Angelo (English: Castle
of the Holy Angel). This was originally commissioned by the Roman Emperor
Hadrain but was later used as a sanctuary and apartments for the Popes while
also being used as a castle and fortress. It was also used quite extensively in
the 2009 Angels and Demons film. After missing the queue through a
pre-purchased ticket we went in and spent a good amount of time exploring the
Castel and ...
... opera songs. We danced the evening away, and then even included the classic nut bush and Macarena numbers for us. From here some of the group headed to a nightclub, while the others and I headed back to our hotel.
Today we head towards Rome, but not before we spend the morning exploring Florence.
First up was our leather demonstration, which wasn’t too bad for a sales pitch. They showed us how they make their ...
... and his high notes threw chills up my spine. I thought that the other two had pretty voices but that some of their repertoire was inappropriate. (For those of you who know what I'm talking about-- you know that one girl does not do Mimi and Musetta in the same concert. Ever.)
The concert did actually have an element of... well. In the middle of the recital, once one of the arias finished, the pianist didn't walk offstage with the ...
... traveler can easily explore the city within 1 -2 days.
1) Spanish dinner in Italy: Leonardo, my first host in Florence has a rule for staying at his place: Each surfer must cook at least one dish from his/her respective country. As there were 2 girls from Barcelona staying at the place, the famous traditional Spanish dish, tortilla de patatas, was included ...
... n de agradecimiento a Dios.
I suppose the story of getting from Cinque Terre to the hostel in Firenze is worth telling: I left Cinque Terre way too late - around 8:00PM. That meant I would be to the train station in Firenze until 11:00 which is long after the information and ticket offices are closed, which is where I usually get a map. I had the address of my hostel, and I knew it was about 5KM from the station. I asked a ...