Palazzo Alfani Al David
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- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
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Today we ventured into the city of Florence. We first went to Piazzale Michelanglo where there was a copy of David (the statue). It was also a great lookout as you could see all of Florence from this hilltop. Driving down to the city,we got lost. Asking a local, he said to follow him and he showed us the way so that we didn't drive in the no go ...
... an overnight train for Thursday night to Bern and Friday night train from Bern to Amsterdam. We are going in a first-class in a sleeping compartment to Bern and we are sitting up all night to Amsterdam (no sleeping compartment!). No beds available, even in 2nd class! Oh well, we can do it! We took a taxi to the hotel -- an experience in itself! Just like I remembered! The hotel is a dump, our worst yet! Small ...
Pigeons! Aww I've never seen a white one. Ivy was quick to snap a picture before they flew off.
We checked and double-checked the barrier for bugs and were glad to find that there were none. Several ...
... a little bit higher than the tower which stands at 278 feet tall.
Even though our admission ticket included it, we made the easy decision not to climb the bell tower.
After the climb we were ready for supper. We went to a little café and had some average pasta…penne ragu for me, and spaghetti carbonara for Mel. We then called it a night since we have to be up early for our bus tour of Tuscany ...
... s amazing the amount of muscle tone and definition, emotion and detail (even in the sandals) Michelangelo was able to create from a single block of marble. Sam did notice the proportion of his right hand was somewhat out of scale.
At the Uffizi gallery we were treated to works by all the Great Masters, memorably Botticelli's The Birth of Venus. Other highlights included the vast array of statues and the building ...