Palazzo Alfani Al David
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... it was so good! there were spices and flavoring on the bread that made it taste so good! best bread ever!! I had time between my classes to go get my ballet shoes! yay! on my way back i found an adorable new purse for myself! made in florence of course! my last class of the day was my sewing class! today we were just learning how to set up the sewing machine ...
... hoping to Google Florence later and identify it all. I did see Maria Novella and her lovely Alberti facade as well as her homely backside. No matter how many pictures you see of it nothing prepares you for the timeless beauty of it.
Since we had even forgotten to bring the name and address of a cool place we wanted to eat, we ate pizza in the street, jumped back on the airport shuttle and went 'home' to La Splandole to lick ...
... front of us and all the lights of the street. Definitely in Venice now! Our hotel was down a busy street with lots of souvenir shops and restaurants. It was very lively! We found it quite easily and checked in. We were staying in a nice room on the first floor so could look out onto the busy street. It was very noisy but luckily the windows had double glazing so blocked out all the noise when closed. Looking forward to meeting our tour group tomorrow and exploring ...
... but Daniel and I walked all the way to a bar in the city center to enjoy the evening out. We had great conversation and laughed a lot. Australians all seem to be pretty cool and easy for me to click with. Full day number one in Florence - woke up and got bfast with Daniel, we went to the city, he showed me a few popular tourist attractions - The Duomo and famous bridge. He went back to pack up and I had gelato, shopped, went up to the hill that has some tie to ...
... drove past many camping spots… made us miss camping so much! Camping trip when we return for sure!
IT was under an hour and we reached Monteriggioni. A spectacular walled town built in 1213. Perched up on its little hill, it has an amazing view of the countryside. We had about 30 minutes to explore the town before a scheduled wine tasting. We saw cute little traditional shops selling medieval style products. We admired the history of this place as we walked ...