- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... Mercator Central - in 2014 the first floor is like an upmarket food court - even truffles are sold here!! It's labelled a gastronomic adventure but we only had room to share a cannoli! There is a modernized statue of David here also. It was buzzing - we then wandered through the other market stalls and about 4 pm Sharpie headed home and I headed to the dome - got the ticket (10euros and covers, climbing the bell tower and entry to 2 other parts of the Cathedral) as it was after 5 ...
... leather market and what we could of the mercado centrale! Then we headed back to the hotel to freshen up before dinner at La Giostra where we had wine, prosciutto and mozzarella, bread and balsamic, pear ravioli, pappardelle with wild boar Raghu and chocolate cake! Oh yeah.. And we also tried our first cappuccinos this afternoon! Tim not so much, but I loved ...
We visited the church of San Lorenzo today in built environment. Or we were supposed to. We got there and the church was closed for this morning. They were having a mass for the municipal police... My teacher was very upset that they closed the church to celebrate the people who only give traffic tickets and then never show up when actually needed. She went on and on talking about her hatred for them for like five minutes. It was hilarious. So because the church was closed ...
... to find a pharmacy on the way back for more band aids. After a quick stop back at the hotel to change shoes we were ready for dinner.
Antica Trattoria da Tito was recommended to us by the hotel staff. It was a two minute walk from the hotel, so that suited us fine. It was small, loud, dark, and quite popular with the younger local crowd. The wait staff was very energetic with dicey t shirts, mostly in English! The food was varied, or we ordered poorly, not sure ...
... throwing up, and my body seemed empty. Time to start from scratch.
With my Italy train the next morning at 7:42, I was determined to rid the toxins or virus or whatever. I drank tons of water, warm gingerale, and even managed to get down half a banana. Things were looking good.
Still, part of me didn't want to leave the comfort of the house. Leaving Geneva meant I would be all alone again, having to figure out everything by myself, possibly ...