Palazzo Niccolini al Duomo
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Off to the train and onward to Florence, about 1 ½ hours away. Ws a nice ride through the countryside from a railway point of view. Taxi to our lodging so generously provided by Marlan [not a fish]. And WOW!! Way above my norm to say the least. I have always wanted to stay in a Florance style palace and we are. It's the Palazzo Niccolini al Duomo, …
... with hundreds of vineyards and olive groves surrounding us was great, it got me away from the crazy city life that is Rome and I really got to relax and enjoy the weekend away.
Because Pisa is just an hour from Florence, we decided to make a quick trip West on Sunday morning. The weather was pretty bad, and Pisa is a pretty small town, so after seeing the leaning tower of Pisa (and ...
... a backdrop.
We were having dinner at Da Il Latini, which was the only restaurant I had made reservations for in Florence. Both Alyssa’s friend and Beppe had recommended it. When we got out of the cab, we all noticed throngs of people in front of the restaurant. My first thought was that we would have to wait a long time to be seated even though we had reservations, but I soon ...
... of a free massage chair in the bar, getting a little too excited. To the east we travel along the river and at first look, Florence looks amazing. Still as old as Rome but there seems to be more detail. The first church we see, Basilica di Santa Maria Novella, has manicured gardens out the front has us in awe. We did not expect such detail in Italy, it looks like it should be from Amsterdam. We stop for lunch just by the Basilica just because they ...
... 8217;s in the club for a good 5 minutes. It was awesome! Later in the night we said goodbye to Bec and hopefully we will cross paths again over the next 3 months. We called it a night before our escalating bar tabs got too great!
That’s Florence, I enjoyed my time here, I found the food and wine on the whole to be amazing! I’m not to much of a fan of all the art and stuff, but the area reminds me of Margret river with the wines and vibe of the area. Next stop is Venice, canal ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed