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TravelPod Member ReviewsDiva Hotel Florence
Nice basic hotel close to the airport and bus line to central city. Nothing fancy but clean with good service.
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A ride through the rain to the airport in Vancouver complements of Andrew Morgan on September 29. It seemed like a good day to leave. The flight, as they all do, seemed to go on and on and on. . We arrived in Amsterdam after 9 hours, a four hour wait over for the plane to Florence and another hour and a half. Not the part of a trip you want to remember.
We checked into the Carvaggio Hotel about 4:30 ...
... the Ufizzi on the balcony as the sun set. Very nice knocking down Chianti. Then we walked to dinner to a Trattoria recommended by our guide. Just as well we got ther early as they were soon turning away people. The food we had was excellent, washed down with Vernaccia di San Gimignano as my throat is still very dry and sore. M is starting to feel it too. Entree was bruschetta and buffalo mozzarella with tomato and basil - served very fresh. Then we shared a local cabbage and bread ...
... much the only city I’ve ever been to where the zebra lines don’t mean that pedestrians have right of way. It’s just an indication of where a good place to cross is, but by no means will any scooter, cab or car stop for you. You’re all on your own.
Saturday was excellent. We booked a tour to head out towards the remains of the city of Pompeii. I know all of us have these things that we need ...
As some of our faithful followers may have noticed, there was no blog entry yesterday, as the group spent some quiet time recovering from the grand tour of Tuscany the day before. Still, Dee mustered the energy to venture out on her own, did some shopping, and then found a nail salon where some needed repairs were in order. Later, she prepared a delicious meal of grilled chicken, risotto and a salad, which was no ...
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Using my handy dandy GPS before it ran out of juice, I wandered around Florence from the train station towards the Michaelangelo Institute that was supposed to be 22 minutes away by foot. (I eventually got there an hour and a half later!). GPS' don’t work so great for walking as they have trouble with the short distances, so the machine was always telling me to “turn around when possible.” Actually I ...