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- Non-smoking rooms
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... Simplon Pass. Even though there were guardrails, my hands were so clammy driving up the pass! The roads were windy with a lot of switchbacks and tunnels into the mountain side. We were really high up! The drive down into Italia was not as steep or treacherous, but was equally as spectacular. Bob got a recommendation, from a gentleman behind the desk at checkout, to stop in Stresa, Italia to have lunch on Lago ...
... done in wood. This church had a nice feel about it and had some great paintings in the style of Michelangelo with lots of colour.
We arrived 10 minutes early at the Accademia Gallery but there were large line-ups for the unreserved, reserved and group reserved lines. We met Joe and Roseanne, from the Uffizi tour, while we were lining up as they had a tour booked for 11:30am. Although our ticket was from 11:30-11:45 we didn’t get ...
Today we had a visit from Laura, the charming lady who owns the apartment in Rome we rented last year. She took the fast train from Rome, arriving in Florence at noon, and it was quite a reunion! We took her to lunch at a tiny eatery next door, and the conversation flowed freely over pasta and glasses of Chianti for almost two-hours. Laura, who is very well-traveled, certainly ranks as one of the most fascinating people we've encountered anywhere.
The day started with a bang again as we had the Uffizi museum today . Tickets were 11:00 so didn't need 7:00 bus at least. Headed in our friendly fiat down to Greve for the bus. I love this bus. Depending of which one you get, it goes a different way.
Driving down one of us said " have we got the tickets? " I looked through Steve's bag and found the email that said THIS IS YOUR VOUCHER . GO TO THIS LINK AND PRINT TICKET . ****, went through all the ...
... see the statue of David by Michelangelo... The real one!!! He is beautiful! How do you make marble look that way- magnifico!!! During WWII, they built brick bunkers around all of the statues in the museum, so they wouldn't be destoyed. This particular museum had some of Michelangelo's unfinished pieces too. We hit a few churches, I'm sure you will recognize them from photos of Florence that you might have seen. We ended up in ...