Villa Olmi Firenze - Mgallery Collection
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... enjoyed lunch after church last week with interim pastors Michael and Loretta Hopkins before they returned to the states for Christmas with their family. When they return in January, they will pastor a church in Verona. We attended midnight mass at the packed Duomo this year. Although we didn't understand much of what was said, the music and setting were lovely and festive. After sipping a cup of cocoa, we got to bed at about 2 am. We ...
... you know. But, if he thinks 4 weeks in Italy next July trumps Canada, he can't be all bad. ( Is Callum in prison too?) Have a wonderful trip to China!!!!!!! Wish you were writing a blog. I'd love to come along for the ride. Thank you for all your comments. You are a STAR! Have fun! PS ....Thanks for the reminder about The Spanish Steps. I intend to eat a gelati there, despite all the signs that say 'No Eating.' I figure it's probably like the 'No Drinking' rule in ...
... the 2.5 hour layover in Frankfurt. We didn't have to go through customs since it was a layover, just immigration where they checked and stamped our passports. On our way to the gate we saw that Camel has sponsored smoking boxes where about 10 people can fit inside for a cigarette. I bet it smells delightful. We stopped for coffee and saw that all the bottles of coke had names on them! Not ours though :( While waiting in line the guy in front of us ordered 2 large beers. Odd for ...
... in order to walk the ancient cobbled streets. This picturesque town now sees six million tourists per year, so we are lucky to see it at a quiet, low season time. Then it's back through the early evening darkness to be dropped off at out starting point. From there we cross the Arno river via the famous Ponte Vecchio (Old Bridge), lined on both sides with upscale jewelry shops and topped with a private covered passageway that the Medicis used to cross between the Uffizi (which we ...
... in that frame, around $500.
So guess what he left on the Vespa tour!!! His glasses. Fortunately, Keith found them and said he'd leave them at our hotel in Florence.
So here we are in Florence, we walked to the hotel, no glasses. We finally reached Keith, he's on a tour and won't be back until 5. So, we're leaving Florence without the glasses. He's going to mail them home. Jim did learn a lesson ...