BEST WESTERN Palazzo Ognissanti Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... else. It's a little like someone had a giant jigsaw puzzle and just spread pieces liberally around Western Europe, North Africa and the Middle East. In fact, sometimes things were purchased or traded, but more often they were pilfered or pillaged. The train home was easy and uneventful. We thought L was leaving early the next morning for Paris so we skipped dinner and came back to pack. Around 10:30 she found out her meeting got canceled so we got a bonus day together in Rome: ...
... on the other side of the playing area, which I did with as much gusto as I could muster! After melting back into the crowds, Susan appeared, having seen the whole thing and seeming rather amused. We bought a bottle of wine from a nearby vendor and sat on the edge of the bridge, with our backs to the cool river breeze, and enjoyed the concert and watching the dancing crowds. It is truly one of my favorite places to just sit and savor ...
So we started the morning out with a walking tour of Florence which included the duomo, visiting the David reproduction, baptist doors and a very short leather demonstration! After the demonstration we were left to do a little shopping in the shop. Did not find much there so we tried to catch up with the group for a "gold" demo. Probably just as well! We went off on our own walking towards the "Ponte ...
... also go up the bell tower next door (full of tourists with a dodgy narrow spiral staircase so we passed) and entry into the Duomo museum. Unfortunately the museum was undergoing both a renovation and an expansion, so a lot of its pieces were in storage. There was, however, some key pieces on display, and that was enough to indicate that a return visit would be necessary. One item was on display that was absolutely amazing. ...
... s displeasure) and visit the famous bridge that was spared by Hitler in the Second World War. Today the bridge is lined with jewellery stores and boutiques where I was able to buy charms for my charm bracelet to represent the countries or sights that we had visited so far. Florence is also renowned for its leather and I spoiled myself to a very stylish red leather jacket.
We made ...