Podere della Collina
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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On Chris Terren's recommendation, we headed to Bettino Mario's nearby. This is supposed to be one of the top places in Florence. They do not take bookings in advance, only on the day of dining!
Always a good sign to see a line outside. It was very crowded but everyone was very considerate and patient. They have a choice ...
26: italian quiz For my built environment class we took the bus to piazzale Michelangelo to see the San Miniato Church! It was beautiful and we got to see relics from st. Miniato! As well as some beautiful mosaics! In ballet we spent the first half of class watching the ballet of sleeping beauty! Our first quiz in italian did. It seem too hard but I will see when I get it back. The rest of the day was of course doing ...
... are caraffes of wine. The white is warm and the red is cold but at this stage who cares. To our surprise the 4 course set meal is excellent and we enjoy the evening. When we are leaving we had a moment of concern as the large wooden front doors refuse to open and there is nobody around to assist. Eventually they open and we spill out into the piazza for a pleasant walk home through the streets of Florence thankful we knew the way home.
... lunch we walked back along the banks of the river Aare in beautiful sunshine and watched the locals at their summer pastime floating downstream on the very fast current. The sun was gleaming on the dome of the Swiss Parliament building as we made our way to the Bern Hauptbahnhof to catch our train to Zurich Flughafen. A quick trip up to the terrace in front of the Bern University for one last view across the capital of Switzerland and we joined our SBB CFF ...
... by far, the best decaffeinated coffee I have ever had. I checked back in with my group, and they were still yet to receive their steaks, so I again went off on my own and fortunate enough to encounter a short queue, accomplished my second goal for Florence: see Michelangelo's David. The replica in Piazza della Signoria didn't have a patch on seeing the original. Elsa had told us that the statue had been moved from the square to the Accademia and replaced by the replica because it ...