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- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... kids down on a wall to cool off while Lily & I climb the stairs to the Basilica. I pray for peace, harmony and to return to Sydney with my sanity intact.
We walk to the piazza which is gorgeous and decide to take a group photo. Tensions were still high, stony faces.
Why we want to capture this moment I will never know.We all huddle for our photo, Clint is about to take it when a lady walks right into the shot and stands there for ...
... that there was no official display for New Years, the crackers would be let off by private people & hotels.
We walked to the Arno. There were a lot of people on the Ponte Vecchio. We walked along the river to the next bridge and took a spot in the middle. It was 11:50pm, people already were letting of crackers along the banks.
The city then erupted in fireworks. Up on the hill, ...
... Boboli Gardens to the Bardini House and Gardens, another lavish Italian Renaissance garden with an even better view across the Arno. From there we walked down the steep street to the river and along the way came across a young woman working in her tiny ceramics studio. Her name is Emma and she grew up in the house above where her mother and grandmother still live. We visited with her and purchased some of her original work. Charming! At the bottom of the street we walked ...
Today was a busy day. To start the day we drove into Florence and parked outside the town. We took a tram into the town and walked over to the Duomo. The Duomo is my favourite church on the outside because it is covered in green and red marble. One of the other famous things is the church's gold doors. They were one of the first renaissance pieces and 3D art works. The church look very cool on the outside and after a quick look we rushed to the early closing ...
Got up early, showered (in a trickle of semi hot water), and grabbed breakfast. Made my way down to the Uffizi museum to check out the line. In the summer the wait can be up to three hours. No line really, so I decided to hop in the queue. What an incredible collection! I've never seen so many Jesus/BVM paintings in my life! All the Renaissance masters have paintings here. Seeing Botticelli's "The Birth of Venus" up close was stunning. Left this museum feeling ...