Palazzo Niccolini al Duomo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... cream. Above the shops on the eastern side is the Vasari corridor, it is over 1 kilometre long and joins two palaces on opposite sides of the river and allowed the Medici and dignitaries to wander between palaces in privacy and comfort. We found our way back to the bus station and caught the bus back, the parking place has a lot of stored campers, there is just one other that is inhabited. We cooked tea and sorted photos for blogs before watching a ...
We sadly left Venice this morning (not so sad to say goodbye to those cabins) to continue to make our way down Italy. I woke up this morning with a full blown cold, which I have an awful feeling will become a chest infection. I'm sure no one wants a detailed list of my symptoms. So I was therefore grateful for some bus time to try and rest up. We made a brief stop at Pisa and got the traditional photos with the leaning tower. Despite trying to come up with some additional ...
Lovely city. We did the tour with a local guide who took us on a stroll through the city and shared lots of interesting information about the city and Michelangelo and his sculpture of David. We saw the real David in the museum and learned about the erosion on his shoulder from pigeon poop when he was in the town square and how his left arm was broken in 7 pieces when a chair was thrown from a window above him - good repair as no damage is visible tho poor ...
... to spend the rest of the day looking over the city.
Great meal at night once again by the pool.
Today we have once again been on the bus and taken right up to the heights of Florence and in all the back streets - was a great way to see Florence. We then, after a fabulous lunch of pasta hit the markets, and shopped until we dropped. I bought some great linen ...
... hostel. Next day began at the coliseum and I ended up walking around the Roman Forum and nearby sites. Incredible! The history was so hard to imagine. I was walking on the same ground that Roman leaders walked on in 250 AD. That was unfathomable. I think the moment it hit me hardest was when I saw old roman games still completely in tact carved into the stone beneath large roman pillars. The history in Rome was 100% worth the trip down there even if I didn't meet ...