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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... br> It was a fantastic meal and good red wine.
An added bonus was the first pressing of this month's release of their extra virgin olive oil. The restaurant owner brought us over a bottle to sample with their delicious bread. It was wonderful!
Tomorrow we leave by train for Venice. The weather forecast temperature. 7-17 degrees Celsius, and fine. Sounds great! We are so looking forward to revisiting Venice.
... is also served with a slice of orange and an olive. Tried some truffle oil and truffle paste at the food markets which was very yummy - bringing some of this home with us!
On our last day we went to the Galileo Museum which houses the collection of over five centuries of scientific instruments. This includes instruments used for astronomy, cartography and globes, surveying, and medicine (including wax models ...
... under cover and avoid all the puddles and drips. I am sure we looked a bit like drowned rats when we arrived.
We entered the gallery and wandered slowly through the halls making our way towards the statue of David. We had also made a copy of the 'must-see' works in this gallery. Some of the works we viewed were Michelangelo's 'David' and 'Slaves', the 'Rape of the Sabines' and some lovely embroidery ...
Today we woke up and had breakfast at the hotel. Then, we headed to the train station and made our way to the Leaning Tower of Pisa. I'm glad we got to squeeze in this side trip to Pisa because I really enjoyed it. It was fun to act like we were holding up the tower. We had lunch just outside of where the tower was. I had Salami Picante pizza. It was some ...
This morning I get up early to stand in line for the Accademia. It opens at 8.30, I'm in line by 8, and I'm in before 9. Much faster than Vatican experience! The David statue is indeed very detailed (and very tall); you can see detail such as veins standing out on an arm or hand. To me it was almost even more interesting to see Michelangelo's unfinished 'Slaves'. It seemed that the subjects were trying to battle their way out of the marble. One side would be a rough ...