- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- 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 …
... br> The afternoon tour was a walking tour of Florence and we were allowed to walk the Vasari corridor as a small group, flanked by two guards. The corridor was always closed to visitors and only in the past few months has the government allowed a mere 6 small groups per week to traverse the corridor used by the Medici to travel between their home and the government offices. This corridor was built by Vasari over the Ponte Vecchio bridge in a mere 6 months. The ...
... and her 2 grown children. Very kind and sweet! This AirBnB is the way to go! Again our flat was up on the 5th floor with many steps, ( I think Morea counted them all at each place) however this place had an elevator! Our flat had a small kitchen and dining area and off to the side a small living room where the kids slept on a fold out couch. This time we got the ...
... to hotels within the main areas or close too them. So we arrive way too early, just before 7am. The breakfast area doesn't open until 7:30 & we don't really feel like a rushed continental buffet so I purchase a hot chocolate & we wait for the bus. The other couples that stayed in Rome start arriving in taxis. The bus leaves just after 8am & we don't arrive in Florence until about 4:30pm. Bit later than scheduled. We do a surprise ...
Traced some of the steps of "Robert Langdon" from the book Inferno today. We saw the corridor that crosses over the Ponte Vecchio to the Palazzo Vecchio; there we saw the Hall of 500, the Hall of Geographical Maps (all hand painted maps) and Dante's Death mask. We did a quick tour about the area that Dante grew up in and lived before being exiled from Florence. Also visited the Baptistery of San Giovanni and the Cathedral. The "Gates ...