Marignolle Relais & Charme
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... and it was just delightful. We had a gorgeous Italian women and only seven in our group so it was fantastic.
We had late lunch after the tour and then rested in the late afternoon before heading to dinner and onto the Opera.
Not just any sort of Opera, a soprano and tenor singing love songs from famous operas.
It was held in St Marks Church of England ...
... The sunset is beautiful and I for once decide to leave the Nikon at home. I just want to see the sunset for what it is and not get stuck behind a lens. The reflections on the river and the colours that are painted in the Tuscan sky are beautiful and I'm glad that we have come here to enjoy our last hours in Florence. Hinesh takes some sunset shots then joins me to enjoy the last minutes of the sunset. Happy with what we've seen we set out to grab dinner.
Dinner is at a ...
... I did wear in my shoes well before we left but my feet just aren't used to walking all day & night. With help from another tourist we find the ticket office for entry to the cathedral dome, bell tower, baptistery & a crypt. 10 euro for entry into all. We join the ever growing line & wait about an hour until we are finally let in. Claustrophobia anyone? Endless narrow ancient stair cases filled with sweaty tourists & often at a stand still. Over 400 stairs ...
... Ciro and Son's (she is 2 for 2 in success rates!). It was a happening place with cool seating inside and a nice outdoor patio. We had a great dinner, and enjoyed chatting with the couple at the next table from Virginia. They had just returned from a Greek cruise and were spending a week in Florence/Tuscany.
We wandered back through the streets and stopped by a little cafe next to the hotel for a night cap of Limoncello. Now to ...
... and we agreed to meet back at the apartment. It had tons of paintings that looked like someone painted a nice background and then glued some pictures of people onto them. Some people may appreciate it but it wasn't my sort of art. They had some cool statues - I especially liked a room that had several that could have been playing frisbee. I had expected to see the statue of David but it was at a different museum. I got out of the museum ...