Piccolo Residence Apart-Hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
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... producing operations. It was a sweltering day and after looking at the vineyards and olive groves, we settled down to a four course meal with four wines to accompany the meal. We started with a white chianti with bruschetta starter. The main course was a pasta sprinkled with plenty of Parmesan and accompanied with a beautiful rich red chianti. This was followed by an antipasto of Tuscan meats and cheeses washed down with a dry red chianti. ...
... Hop off Bus and spend several hours having a good look around Florence, in particular the Bobillo Gardens which are reported to be very good. They could have been if the gardener was not on annual leave, lawns not mowed, hedges not trimmed, weeds everywhere & fountains not working.
After completing the Hop on Hop off Bus route we staggered back to the hotel with sore feet, picked up a Pizza slice and a cold beer for lunch and then it ...
... restaurant, which had a seat right next to the Arno, and we enjoyed some wine and quick bites there. Walked around town a bit more, found yet another church with ridiculous art inside, then found a restaurant right next to the Duomo where we enjoyed some linguine and a Caprese salad (and some wine, of course). Topped that off with some tiramasu, and we were ready to call it a day.
... completing the circuit and dropping us off at Leonardo's Leather, where we were given a leather demonstration and a few tips on how to tell real leather from fake. The rest of the afternoon was free time, so those who didn't want to purchase any leather products left immediately, and as my engraving appeared to be more difficult than the others, I ended up with the stragglers. Their first priority was lunch, and we set off in search of the street Elsa had indicated cooked the ...
... is held. Once again, we were met by lines that stretched for blocks and blocks. We most definitely did not want to, nor did we have the time of day left to wait in these lines. So instead, we purchased priority tickets for both the Uffizi Gallery and the Accademia Gallery, to both reduce the lines we would wait in, and help structure our stay here in Florence (life can't all be strolling about and eating gelato, there are museums to walk ...