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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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17 oktober We gaan instappen. Vijf dagen Florence. Lekker met z'n tweetjes genieten van de Italiaanse cultuur, zon en lekkere wijntjes. Bij de douane werden we al gelijk gestraft voor onze eerlijkheid. We hadden netjes onze toiletartikelen in een plastic zakje gedaan. Moest het allemaal in een veel kleiner zakje... Dus hebben we de helft maar …
Monday I woke up and decided to see the city by bike tour. I found a company, I Bike Florence, booked it and found my way there. What a fabulous way to see the city. There was a small group of five of us, a couple from Canada, a couple from Traverse City, Michigan and me. Our tour guide was Elianora, We all got fitted for our bikes and we were off. This was the BEST way to learn about the city and oh, did I fall in ...
... entertained for an hour, it stopped raining and we were hungry.
After lunch, we walked to the Medici Chapels. Inside is the Church of Lorenzo which houses the famous tombs of the great ruling Medici family, which were designed and carved by Michelangelo. The site includes the dusky Crypt, the big, domed Chapel of Princes, and the New Sacristy. The main church was under complete restoration as the keystone in one arch fell to the floor ...
... about 30 minutes with the intension of walking up to the top of the cathedral. However, it was soon apparent that we had actually just been waiting to walk into the church not to walk up to the top. I thought the inside of the cathedral had amazing high ceilings. We joined the right queue, and more than 3 hours later, all absolutely freezing and barely able to feel our fingers, we were finally let in to start the 400 plus stair climb to the top of the Duomo. ...
... gave us a very specific guide on how to get into the central city of Venice and what routes to take and places to see. When we went into Venice we walked the main routes, and were just blown away by all the little stands and markets! Many beautiful scenes and i have loads of pictures of the boats and buildings to show everyone at home. We had delicious calzone for lunch the size of our head, and took the boat taxi back ...