San Giorgio e Olimpic
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... mouth! He dropped us at the station at 8:30 and then we had just over an hours wait until the train. Once on boarded we just relaxed and listened to music, well I did anyway but Sophie has somehow managed to break all three pairs of hers so obviously couldn't! Once in Florence we took the 15 minute walk to the hostel but as it was only 11:45 we couldn't check in. We sat about in reception for a little ...
... down the street before joining the entry line. If we hadn't heard that we would have queued for 30 minutes for nothing! I left G in the line and went down and sure enough was able to collect the tickets. After a few more minutes we were finally allowed inside the amazingly crowded Galleria – I dread to think how busy this must be in peak season. As we walked through you could see the ...
Slept in today, in fact I had a really good night sleep...Miche texted me at 11 pm and I didn't even hear it come in. So, today I went across the Arno and went to the Palazzo Pitti which is a huge palace with museums, galleries and gardens. I went to see the Palatine gallery with another exhibition (13€). It was very intersting, but I should have bought the ticket for the ...
Benvenuto (Welcome) to days in the life of Elena, the Firenze edition! Arriving in Florence was like a dream that stepped into my reality. It's like I closed my eyes one day and woke up in a blessing filled with beauty around every corner, new amazing friends, a home unlike any other, and excitement in every moment. These first few days have been a blur (but in the most wonderful way). Adjusting to the time change and new environment has been ...
The Amalfi Coast is one of the most beautiful places we've seen on our adventure (I feel like I'm saying that a lot). It's about 2 hrs south of Rome on the Mediterranean coast. We arrived late to our hotel in Praiano the first night but we could tell by the motion-sickness-inducing car ride that we were in for some scenic sights. Our first full day we hiked the "Path of Gods" from Praiano to Positano. It started off as a serious wake up ...