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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... and this fantastic apartment B & B. Stefano suggests to us that we drive our car up into the medieval quarter to pick up our bags (since of them being so heavy & the streets are open at certain times for car traffic including this time). Stefano is so kind to walk with me to the car park & drive back with me to show me the right way on these narrow, winding streets. One scary part getting by a work truck in tight quarters, but it wasn't ...
... I was talking through my smile saying "Wow! He's so close to us! Why is he so close to us?! Are you guys even in the picture?!" I felt like the camera was zoomed in on my face, like immediately upon my face only. Ah! Then the photoshoot was finished and Christina quickly grabbed the phone, swiped frantically through the pictures, and said, "Aww Holly look at these! They're great!" She hands me the phone, and I notice Chris is holding something in the picture. I zoom ...
... apartment to share with Dee. We also paid a short visit to see the inside of the Chiesa di Ognissanti, a beautiful little church we passed while walking along the Borgo Ognissanti, a street just west of our apartment.
In the afternoon, Irene and I ventured forth on a more challenging mission to find the magnificent Boboli Gardens, which are spread out behind the massive hulk of the Pitti Palace across the river ...
... displayed on our refrigerator.
In all honesty, these make good souvenirs because not only are they cheap, but easy to carry in bulk and are practical. Also, the back clearly states that they're made and printed in Italy instead of ...
... because he needs no armor to fight the giant, and his hands and head are disproportionate because he was originally designed to be seen from the top of the church, from where he would be seen as perfect. He was hugely representative to the people of the Renaissance, because they felt like small Davids, or underdogs, fighting the giants, or the aristocrats. He's empowering, even today. Michael Angelo had a whole array of amazing sculptures, all ...