THE STYLE FLORENCE
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This hotel was perfectly located within walking distace to the train station and pretty much anywhere else you'd want to go in Florence. The breakfast spread was probably the best we had in all 4 hotels we stayed at in Italy.
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... Good enough for me! Marcia calls my name, I stop turn around and SNAP! She takes a picture! Sneaky….and clever. I’m sure I look the fool, but my head is not wet any longer!!!
A few blocks and we come upon a store that happens to be selling umbrellas. Liz makes her purchase, and we’re off again. Siena wraps around the campo like a snail. We keep walking headed down towards our quest…the campo. Along the ...
... We also met our old friend Roger Crum the professor from U of Dayton who leads groups of students to Florence and was interviewed by me for Show Number 23 two years ago. Meanwhile we bid a very sad farewell to Luca and Lidia even though we will sop at the store for Lidia one last time tomorrow before our 10 AM train to Milan where we connect to Varenna on Lake Como. We also bid farewell to Agostino co- owner of La ...
... Once you get past the four doors, it really is a great room. We have a queen sized bed, sofa, big closets, full bathroom with bathtub and bidet AND a fabulous view with terrace doors. The doors open onto a plaza that is where the Mona Lisa was painted. Yes, THE Mona Lisa.
We dropped our bags and headed out to see David, as his museum is closed on Mondays. We got all the way there to find out we had to pick up our Frienze card at a different museum. So we left there, got our ...
... the day just reading the newspaper or catching up on gossip. At the end of the day this again becomes a gathering spot to have a coffee, a glass of wine or a cocktail before heading home for dinner (which we did more than once). In addition, they sell all kinds of stuff like lottery tickets, bus tickets, and multitude of other "grab-and-go" items - kind of like a civilized "7-11" without the gas pumps.
After a morning jolt ...
Stayed in an Airbnb apartment in the heart of Ponte Vecchio. As soon as we arrived, we took a stroll along River Arno, and arrived at Uffizi Gallery. At the gallery we saw Botticelli's Birth of Venus...spectacular.Also saw Leonardo da Vinci's Annunciation.
For dinner we shared a roast pork pizza from a really good local store.We spoke to the owners, spoke about the fresh ingredients as they ...