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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Conference facilities
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... but oh so sweaty and hard work. Again the view from the top on the complete town and now on the tower as well was breathtaking so well worth the climb. We had a look at la porta (the gate of paradise) di Batistero by Giberti, which took him 21 years to finish is magnificent but the building itself we couldn't visit as it was closed in the afternoon, maybe tomorrow morning we had more luck. We than walked to the Palazzo Vecchio with the copy of David of Michelangelo in front of it. ...
... slot somewhere on the side of that little cubicle.
We have taken way too long to work out which coin was what and correctly count out the right change.
We have turned up without enough cash and had to use the card which can take a lot longer.
Often our driver can't reach the button or the coin slot, so has to unbuckle and open the door or lean halfway out the window.
Each time we are honked the car breaks out into a chorus 'Bloody French' (*).
... I cozied up in my seat. I was nervous again, but when the train started to move, I was able to see the Alps in the distance. Like something you see printed on a water bottle label. It was beautiful.
Then I reminded myself that I was going to Florence...which was in Italy! The first country on this trip that I've never been to before in previous travels. I started to get excited again, with my adventure mind turned on, hoping to see and experience ...
We started our day today with a walk to the Galleria Accademia (the Accademia Museum), for a look at what everyone has to see in Florence…David. He is certainly impressive. But get your minds out of the gutter…most significant is that he is 17 feet tall, and that the piece of marble he was carved from was considered to be not useful by many sculptors of the time (they said it was too thin and too tall to do anything with). But Michelangelo managed to create ...
... several museums), since we had no desire to be inside on such a lovely afternoon. Instead, we wandered back down to the southern shore of the Arno and up the long, steep stariway that climbs to the Piazzale Michelangelo. Perched atop a hill on the southeastern edge of the city, this grand piazza provides breathtaking views of Florence. After a brief rest (and several photos), we climbed back down the hill and cross the Arno to watch the sunset.