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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... A couple of the old buildings that we visited are still used as public buildings today. For example, the Tribune (court house) has a fabulous ceiling, which I am sure poor sods will appreciate as they turn up for their day in court! We had lunch in a small trattoria overlooking one of the squares - beautiful pesto gnocchi for me, and pasta for Garth, with the obligatory red wine and sparkling water. And loads of fresh bread to mop up the sauces. So ...
... outside kiosks that sell a variety of goods. The central market building is the more interesting part of the area. It is two floors and very similar to a Canadian farmer market. The second floor has a nice food court with fine foods. Dan and I split a small marinara pizza as an afternoon snack before catching the bus back to the hostel (in Tavernelle).
It's been a pretty unique birthday, but I'm ready to call it a night.
-- Ryan L.
... in leather goods. Oh to have mega bucks, and unlimited packing space. John did manage to find a great man bag. From there we made our way to Palazzo Vecchio and Piazza Signora where we had lunch. The statues in this square are again amazing and at times overwhelming. We then picked up the bus again to continue the remainder of the city tour (blue line) ending up back at the Piazza Stazione ...
... for leather coats when it 40+ degrees. But I still managed. I found a really nice Leather coat which I like. Not quite sure how I'm going to get it home. Is going to look ridiculous wearing a coat in Thailand.
So with lots of walking my way around the streets of Florence I think I've now seen what I need to see. It's such a beautiful place to visit. And for all you who love to shop and look at shoes, & bags, and jewellery, this place has it all.
End of thought.
... little town. The home of Puccini and handbags. After having the best cup of coffee since we left Australia, we proceeded to explore the lanes and alleyways and managed to climb another city tower; only 200+ stairs this time. We really should have the thighs of athletes; I'm still waiting.
On returning to the hotel we again moved vertically, but this time with mechanical assistance. We travelled, by funicular railway to the top of the hill to Montacatini ...