- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
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... confident David stood in front of the Palazza Del Vecchio until 1810, before being moved to the Academia. Now, a replica stands in front of the Palazzo, and interestingly, his gaze is a bit different, more confident versus tentative.
The Academia isn't very big, so our visit was not long. After we headed back to the room for a rest and to begin packing. For dinner we tried to get into several of our hotels recommendations, but it ...
... spend at least three nights (any less and you won't do the place justice), on your first day go to the bookshop at the Academia to reserve tickets for both the Academia and Uffizi, as far in advance as possible, because it is rare to be able to get a same day reservation, pay the 4 Euro per ticket reservation fee, it will save you hours and your feet will thank you, and finally, try to stay close to the Duomo and not too far from Santa Maria ...
... into the Museo and put into a big glass case. They are just amazing, so much better than the replica's at the Baptistry that most tourists only bother to go to. There are many other great pieces in the Museo and often Sonya learns a fun fact from Paul along the way. Florence adventure continues with the search for the wild boar statue, the symbol of Toscano, who has a twin in Sydney. We eventually find him and legend has it you rub his ...
... this fantastic green and white building, which turned out to be the Duomo! Being still early, there was no one there yet, so we opted to climb up the Dome. It was tough - much tougher that the Vatican. The halls and stairways were more claustrophobic, the windows small and suffocating, but we made it to the top for a fantastic panoramic view of the roofs of Florence and the ...
It has been so great staying on a farm. Well this one at least, i've been watching McLeods Daughters for encouragement , almost finished the first sesason. But thats not what it is like here. We get up about 7-7:30 and go up to the homestead for breakie, after 8. By then the family is up and out to work or is still sleeping. Breakfast in Italy is a small meal. I dont really like this concept cause its my favourtie meal. So coffee ...