Palazzo Alfani Al David
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... a reservation for 10:30 this morning. That only means that you don’t need to stand in line to buy a ticket – you just walk up to collect your ticket – then the line starts – to get into the gallery – you and thousands of other tourists (this is a “must see” in Florence). Why, you ask??
But before we answer, we had to find the gallery from our apartment – ...
... by Cosimo himself. There is nothing that we could write here that could convey the marvel of these many masterpieces.
We were fortunate to see the gallery with a guide and during the off season. We had no waiting at all. During the summer (July) our guide said that there can be a 5 hour wait just to get into the gallery.
Today we also did a little shopping, and discovered something called Acqua dell Elba. Our hotel had this amazingly clean ...
... around it (and is round). The villa was great but seems a bit run down nowadays but was certainly very wealthy in its day. The park has a viaduct pathway leading up to the house – for the carriages to get to the house, a grotto lake and great statues of famous local musicians. It was a lovely walk – really enjoyed the sun shining and taking in all we can get because it is starting to feel like our days in Italy are numbered. Today we went to have our third and last ...
... we made. Then we went up to the water park and spent the whole day there (dad thinks we went up to the top more then 100 times. Then we went to the bottom water park and had a nice dinner there (me and Edie and a kind of pasta) . The next day we went to the big city of Florence which was a little cool, there were some amazing buildings there like the duomo the ...
... The first time we saw gypsies was in Rome, many more here. The women & children are beggars while the men illegally sell trinkets on the street. Police on foot patrol will run them off the street, but as soon as the officers turn the corner, they again spread out their blanket to set up shop. We've also seen lots of Asian tourists here. Had remarked earlier how few we had encountered during our trip.
We have ...