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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... block of units with lake views. Immaculately clean and very comfortable, if a bit sterile. Run by Daniella who only attends office between 1830 and 2000 each night. Gave us good local info, but a welcome back of some tea/coffee etc would also have been nice. Cost 80€ a night in off season. Only a couple of restaurants open on Mon night, but had a good meal around the ...
Hi...it's late, so this might be short...but we're sending you a beautiful full moon in a few hours. Check the pictures if you don't believe me. Slow morning after a long , hot day yesterday. We did go for our walk and saw lots of city coming alive things. We are planning a huge World Cup Evening so wanted to get our tickets for our trip to Pisa and Lucca today. Buying tickets at the station is always ...
... along the banks before climbing up to Piazza Michelangolo for the view. We took some photos, and then decided it was lunchtime, so we rolled down the hill and back across the river for a sandwich and gelato. By this time the queue for the Duomo was small, so in we went to check it out. It's an extremely spacious church, and despite the number of people walking around and chatting, it was oddly quiet. I wanted to go up to the tower and down into ...
... piazzas, explained many of the statues around Florence (including those my Michelangelo and his students), and to the bridge which has 80 something jewellery stores on it. After this Dylan, Erin, Jackie and myself went up to the academia museum to see the real statue of David (there is a copy in one of the piazzas). Then Dylan, Erin, Lisa and myself went to a nice restaurant in one of the piazzas to have a nice Italian lunch before we depart ...
... proficiency with a manual transmission and the art of la doppietta - double clutching), we're assigned to our vehicles and then get underway. Our guide is in the lead car, a powder blue "station wagon" version. We are next in Giaccomo, the yellow Fiat, followed by a couple from Ireland driving Paola, the red one. Bringing up the rear are a couple of gents from England driving Ezio, the green Fiat.
Giaccomo fires off right on cue and ...