Riva Lofts Florence
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... and many more – the monuments were significant. Lunch was a simple piece of pizza as by then we truly needed to get inside. Winter has finally arrived – after nearly 5 months of warm to hot weather – today it rained consistently, felt cold and it is currently 4.20 pm and very overcast – almost dark. We also managed some useful shopping today – mainly gifts for loved ones!! Back home is nice and cosy – our Ambran house has great central ...
... and we started getting worried when the guide spoke non stop on the 2 hour drive there. The first leg was a 6km hike along a rocky narrow path that looks over the Mediterranean. Dayna caused quite the commotion by choosing to wear thongs for this hiking tour lol. All along the path we would hear people talking about the crazy girl in flip flops. As we hike along the path there were grape ...
... look for a good place to eat. I'm so glad there was a bathtub because I took a lukewarm bath just to cool off and de-stickify myself - bleh! Later, 7:30-ish, we walked (again) to a little place that served a fixed price menu and crammed the people in. We shared a table with a nice couple from Australia that were doing a Europe-in-6-weeks tour. Crazy! Back to the hotel we went and crashed early to prepare for another day of driving, seeing and eating. Tomorrow - ...
... here doing her PhD in history and has the firmest handshake. I wished we had more time with her, she was very cool! And admirable.
Then a really lovely ride through city streets we don't know, wider, tree-lined, still the old part and then start the climb...the road winds, tall stone walls now line both sides with great electronically operated gates behind which stand large villas with beautiful gardens and lots of trees. The steepness dictates a series of S-bends and the ...
... a bit and getting something to eat before I head into the gardens and museums of this massive Palazzo (it's reminding me of the Louvre in it's enormity). I go down some side streets to find a piazza with trees and some restaurants. I find a nice lady selling fruits and vegetables. She lets me speak my little Italian and smiles so warmly. I think I love this little nonna. She picks out some tastly little Roma tomatoes and a nice juicy peach. She tucks a sprig of fresh ...