Hotel Rosary Garden
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Phew Finally have internet.... Now to remember all the great things we have done, in order.
On tuesday morning we work up in Pisa and took the train (About an hour south) to Florence (Firenze) It was a lot of fun trying to figure out WHICH stop we were suppose to take since nothing is in english (go figure) After we got off the train we …
... fish cooked in a roulade with fresh vegetables. It was delicious and fortunately for me I had finished before the girl sitting next to me found an insect in her fennel garnish. The whole table then made it into such a drama and discussed it and probed their dishes for the next 30 minutes! They insisted on showing it to the waiter and the poor chef came in to apologise. At least they stopped the carrying on when the Tiramisu and biscotti arrived for desert. Some interesting characters in the ...
... mode...oh well, each to their own!!!
So I decide I've had enough for the day and slowly walk through Florence, heading back to the Monastery. And for the first time in Italy, I get approached by 3 italians, talking and walking with me, and asking if I'd like to go dancing, or calling out for me to join their party. They don't like hearing No, and in the end I have to say I have a partner, and that's the only way they'll accept my No...It's a little ...
... He styled it a bit differently than I’m used to, but I imagine it will fall into place after my next shower. I suppose I shouldn’t have worried as according to the old saying “the only difference between a good haircut and a bad hair cut is two weeks”.
After that I walked directly to Icche Ce Ce, which was highly recommended both in the Guidebook and by a native Florentine on the HelpLine. The name means "What there is, there ...
... Pisa. C.1529-1608. Florence came out on top, and is depicted as the feminine, chaining up the male Pisa. After we left the Bargella, we came back to Via Del Scalia for lunch at a street cafe, enjoying calzones, Berra, olive oil and garlic toast. After lunch David went home, and Sue went to the old Farmacia which had been owned and run by the Dominican monks since the 1600's. They sold herbal remedies, teas and today they also sell perfumes ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility