Marignolle Relais & Charme
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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I woke up today feeling much worse :(. I slept in as long as I could, and then had to go to ballet! It was not a fun class today because of my cold. :( we didn't learn any more choreography or go over what we have done so far. I am getting very nervous for ...
... afternoon, we visited the Baptistery of the Duomo. This is a separate building and was built around 1425. Most famous are the ‘gates of paradise,’ one of 3 sets of bronze doors which lead into the building. Apparently Michelangelo was so dazzled by the beauty of the North doors (which took 27 years to produce) that he said that they were, ‘worthy to grace the Gates of Paradise’. The gates were once gilted with gold but the ones on ...
... 8217;t be as familiar to you as what you’re used to,” Sylvia explained, almost
worried that she would be letting me down. But that is exactly what I was
looking for – an experience that your typical traveler would never find.
I got into the city a little before 8am, so as to see the
esteemed Ufizzi Gallery as it opened, beating lines and swarms of tour groups
to see some of the world’s most ...
... has meant that we have missed out on visits to a few desired locations- e.g. Galleria dell'Academia (home to Michelangelo's 'David') and the Uffizi Gallery. However, the likelihood for art and history overload would have been high and with a week in Rome- the exquisitely ancient city, filled with historical sites to kick off tomorrow, it's probably for the best to pace ourselves for another world of art and culture, summer sun and the promise of more lovely gelato to ...
... little bistro. I had a pasta dish with shrimp. It was okay, but nothing to remember.
After dinner, we headed to the Ponte Vecchio for the sunset. That was beautiful! I took another million pics. It was so awesome to see the sun go down behind the mountains right over the Arno River. (Side note...David was approached by a street vendor with roses and told the guy NO! You had to be there, but ...