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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... to the hotel to pick up Lidia and go to La Spada where we met my friend Franco Sala who came to Florence at my request. Franco lives in Orvieto and owns a restaurant in the most amazing Hill town in Italy, Civita Di Bagnoregio. I met Franco in 2003 when Lidia took me in Civita. Laura and I returned in 2009, and 2010, then met him in Orvieto in 2012, and 2013. That was the highlight of yet another wonderful day in Italy in my favorite place, Florence with wonderful ...
... to the next bus, but luckily they called us a baby bus and got us the rest of the way there. Friday morning we were able to go on a free walking tour (hey, we're broke girls). It took us through the downtown of Florence and explained the medieval age of the city. I saw Michelangelo's childhood apartment, the apartment where Leonardo DaVinci painted the Mona Lisa, and some landmarks that Dan Brown wrote about in the Inferno novel (I took pictures for ...
... world. If you ever make it to Florence make sure to pay that extra 10 euro to climb to the top. The view is breathtaking.
Next we went to the Accademia to check out our boy David. Luckily I'm sneaky enough and sniped a picture for you all. Surprisingly he was a much larger statue than expected. His hands and feet were disproportioned to take your eyes away from his nudity and focus on the power of his stance and effect on others.
After the museums we ...
... I think I'm discovering why most people aren't overweight, no seats and not much assistance on local transport for those with bags!
We're whizzing through the Italian countryside at the moment, the rustic houses with their tiled roof sagging here and there reek of age and history. Occasionally, newer versions appear true to the architectural type. I tried to get some photos but at 280 km/h it's a tad ...
... minded (they don't own a cell phone) so Andy and I had the GPS in the backseat and programmed it and Dale just followed the audio cues. We hadn't brought along a Florence city map so we would have never found the hotel without the GPS.
Hotel David is about a 15 minute walk from the city center but it has parking and you can't drive in the city center unless you have a special license. Hotel David offers free wifi, free mini bar (only filled once) and free ...