Palazzo Alfani Al David
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... the best things are. We had a great lunch here, and could not help returning on another day, this time slumming it in the downstairs section with a boiled beef bun dunked in the meat’s juices from Nerbone. For dessert we headed back upstairs and got a cannoli filled with ricotta gelato with pieces of candied orange and chocolate. Time to go on a diet yet?! Speaking of which, in Florence we found a match for Rome’s gelato – try Gelateria dei Neri (near Santa Croce) if ...
... Baba. The food was terrific, the wine even better. It will be a place that Dan and I will remember forever. This morning dan and I made our way, sadly, to the train station once again. Heading to Naples as a central point for Pompeii and Capri. A little nervous we packed our bags a little bit more securely than we have before. It's definitely going to be bitter sweet leaving Florence, as it is a place we would very much like to visit ...
... I couldn't figure out why the dang thing had a lock sign blinking. Thank goodness for Google! The laundry takes forever to wash/dry. At one point the machine sounds like it is going to blast out of the room! I finally was able to finish one load and hopefully the second one will be done by morning!! We ended our evening with dinner and American Pickers on Italian TV! Tomorrow is a laid back, sleep in, no agenda day. Sometimes you need these in the midst of a busy schedule. ...
... down the exclusive shopping street housing Gucci, Armani, Burberry, etc. All out of our price range, even the coffee in that area was too steep for us. We crossed the Ponte Vecchio and found a little cafe for an espresso and a bite to eat and then continued our walk. We went past Piazza Pitti and onto Piazza di Porta Romana where the old city gates are. We paid to get in to Boboli Gardens and walked through them admiring the beautiful views ...
... to try while there.
We walked back to our hotel, picked up our luggage and headed to the Train Station for our next destination - Rome.
There were a lot of Gypsies trying to assist you with bags. We paid one as she just grabbed our bags and hauled it into the train with amazing strength, the the others started coming and asking for money.
We reached Rome at night and walked with our luggage to our new accomodation, The Spanish Steps ...