Antico Borgo San Lorenzo
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... and now to art museum. Unfortunately the kids were already dragging as we made our way into this art museum. That's why we decided to take a break from the art and head down to Centrale Mercado which is the food market for lunch. We gave the kids some cash and gave them a couple hours to shop, eat, and explore. Katie and I quickly found this small deli that had one sandwich to order called."the special" which they claimed to be orgasmic! Not gonna lie, it ...
... carved into the façade, and a bronze door. You walk up hill along narrow streets lined with restaurants and shops to reach the cathedral.
I had lunch with Betty, from Northern Ireland, at a café on the piazza. We met everyone at 4:00 to drive back to the hotel. I had dinner with a couple from Scotland and the two long-time friends (Sue and ??) from UK/South Africa. I wish I could hear and understand more of the ...
Day 271 3 hrs, 2.7 kms Next morning I've got a full day to get back to Firenze, so I'm going to squeeze as many towns in as I can before I bid farewell to Tuscany. Starting with the quiet little town of Poggibonsi, taking its time to wake up on this Sunday morning. Take a stroll up the alleys then find a spacious park at the edge of the forest to ...
... artist Giotto. Ponte Vecchio is the only bridge in Florence that survived World War II. Hitler said it was too beautiful to destroy
As I was walking down Florence streets I realized that the streets can be one name at one end of the street and another name at the other end. That was interesting. Thank goodness they have a pretty good street map. Florence is the capital city of the province of Florence and the Italian region of TuscanyIn ...
... breeze was refreshing and much needed since everyone who dared to reach the top was out of breath :)
Once at the bottom, we stood at the Baptistery and people watched in the sun till we met up with Nancy Lou... now off to a ton of people watching & sight seeing, but first lunch!
We dined in the sun outdoors in Piazza Santa Maria Novella were they used to have chariot races. Luckily, our family tour guide ...