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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Got up and had our last breakfast at the hotel. Lots of commotion about our luggage...again....but nothing good came of it yet.
The train trip was quick (1.5 hrs) and then a bus ride to the hotel. The hotel is lovely, small but very nice. There is a market right behind us.
The lady at the front desk was so helpful. She called the airline …
... its own personality, the likes of Dante, Medici and Machiavelli made Florence home. The Etruscans were an ancient people who originally settled in the Po Valley, and created this most beautiful rich cities. A powerful city/state run by a powerful family, The Medici it has now become one of the great cities of the world. Any yet, one can still walk it in a reasonable amount of time.
We get the cab and head off to our ...
... mood but minus the angst. I have breakfast in town with Ganzer and Jack. Ganzer informs me that according to Priya, I have absolutely zero chance with Victoria. It is disheartening to hear but I still defiantly call ********, it's ***********vince them though, they haven't seen what I see, just little things but it's enough. The fact that we know we have 11 girls joining in Athens means I am not exactly ******* options, I've done ok with girls so far. I am over ...
... wildly decorated, in the colours of the Italian flag. We saw the Ponte Vecchio, which is the only original bridge left in Florence, as the retreating Axis soldiers blew them up in hopes of slowing down the Allied forces. It has shops built over top of it, mostly selling gold items. We had a quick demonstration of leather working and then had free time, which we spent shopping, sightseeing and having lunch. The boys picked up a couple of other soccer jerseys, both the Italian team ...
We woke this morning to an overcast day, the first really for our time in Cinque Terre.
We packed everything up, all the time wondering how we fitted it in the suitcases in the first place!
As we left our wonderful Casa Fabrizia and it's quaint interior design and amazing views over the Ligurian Sea, it started bucketing with rain. We dragged the cases up & down stairs towards the bus stop, hoping to work out the timetable, just for once, and catch a bus ...