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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... a bad guts. It also didn’t help that as were biking furiously to get home, there were gangs of kids lining the path, who looked dodgy as sin and spoiling for a fight. Normally, I wouldn’t stand a chance but incapacitated as it were, I think things would have ended very badly indeed…
I was near meditating on that bike, which, as I mentioned earlier, had no mud guards so not only was I completely exhausted by the time we got back, but filthy. And ...
... the highest point in town). Helen enjoyed keeping her feet on the ground and walking around the Cathredral and BaptIstery. Steve was more adventerous and also ventured up the 463 strps to the top of the Duomo for wonderful views of Venice.
An unexpected pleasure was looking through the crypt under the Cathedral. There were displays and actual materials of past foundations showing Roman and later histories ranging over 2000 ...
... know Tom) we accepted the offer. The wings were amazing! As terrible as it is that we had wings in Italy, we haven't had them abroad yet, and they were cheap! Hey were so worth it and we all went back to her apartment with more than full stomachs. After, we had some coffee and hung out before her friends came over to get ready and then go out.
This morning we woke up and hung out in our friend Sarah's apartment for a while. The coffee made from her french press ...
... br> 87) For dinner, Italians attend appertivos for appetizers and drinks, then enjoy a three course meal at a different restaurant for three hours (Can you say 5000 CALORIES)
88) Drinking in public (walking on the streets) is not frowned upon and you will not be arrested or get an open container if caught (Only if you try to get into the FIATS and ask for a tour of the jail)
89) Do NOT be quiet - Italians literally YELL while talking - Don't be surprised if you hear ...
... Palazzo Vecchio. We ended our first evening wandering the downtown streets, eating pesto lasagna, pasta shells with eggplant cream & fresh handmade pasta with fungi (mushrooms). Total steps: 12,482, took the stairs... Up bright & early Sat morning to conquer the city in a day. First up, climbing the 463 steps to the tipy top of the Duomo. Wish I could give this view justice with my words. We were able to watch the Elite Women race right by our vantage point ...