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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... showed us how to drink wine properly, how to swirl and smell and what to eat it with. Don’t worry Laura, I’ll teach you everything about wine when I get back. Stop four on our tour was a little town called San Gingimino, where we had the ‘best gelati in Italy’. It had won awards. I rated it 7 out of 10. I’ve eaten a lot of ice cream and gelati in my time. The final stop was in Siena, which is ...
... but it was good to eat a salad as you start to feel some carbohydrate overload at times. We headed back down to the Duomo and spent a little time people watching before we headed back to the hotel. We had a slower day of only 7.61 miles. Beautiful sunny day, high in the low 80s and no humidity. We have really been blessed with great weather. Loving the beauty of Florence. Planning on heading out tomorrow early to get our museum pass and ...
... Italian food i have had in Italy so far. I had Spinach and ricotta cheese stuffed ravioli and of course a few glasses of wine. Dani had tried their pear ravioli, which is what the restaurant is known for. I was surprised with 2 large cakes and cupcakes for our birthdays. I literally could have not asked for a more perfect night in Italy.
After dinner we headed to "The Lions Fountain", where Sarah thought she would treat us to birthday ...
... accomplished all of this in the 67 years that he lived. What have you done with your life???? After the museum we went shopping for… pants. L We are heading to the Swiss Alps next and need to prepare ourselves for the cooler temperatures. We're not on the beach anymore, guys. We finished off our day with a bite to each in the Piazza Duomo beside the 4th largest church in the world.
October 4, 2013
Steve and ...
... is a museum, with rooms preserved and/or decorated the way they were in the Medici era and a few grandiose rooms from when the french King Charles VIII took control of Florence. Downstairs there are two courtyards dedicated to sculpture, one is quite a pleasant garden if it weren't for all the sculptures of nude chicks around. There are also several rooms dedicated to modern art, which I'm sorry to say isn't nearly as fascinating as the classical stuff. Maybe I just don't ...