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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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... 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' (*).
... mushroom, green olive and sausage.
The next morning I went back to the jacket shop and saw my friends. Boy these guys are good. When I told them I wanted a jacket they showed me a black and a brown one. So clever because they were both beautiful. Of course he told me I should get both. I said for the right price and he gave me the right price. 150 for both. SOLD. I also swapped my boyfriends out for a smaller size. I was ...
... the Louvre).
We walked along the banks of the Arno to the Ponte Vecchio which we had seen from the windows of the Uffizzi. It is such a romantic and visually enticing structure. Unfortunately, it is strangely disappointing when crossing over it because it a continuous tunnel of jewellery shops in which the merchandise looks the same in every shop and there are only 2 short spaces through which the viewer can see the river and the ...
... in Milan, I settled in for the two-hour leg to ***, where I was picked up by my (this time confirmed) German-born Couchsurfing host Julia and taken to her home in Cannobio. I had dinner with Julia’s two daughters, 12 and 10 (both of whom speak German at home, fluent Italian elsewhere and a smattering of English) while she was at a yoga class and settled in for a great night’s sleep, the most hectic of my travelling done for the month (at least I thought ...