Mr My Resort Florence
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to behold. It was on these walls that the majority of pictures were presented, as had most likely been assembled by the Medicis.
At this point we both had stiff necks and shoulders, as not only were the paintings and sculptures impressive, but also the frescoes on the ceilings and cornices. Once you had "seen" the room, you then stood and looked up and slowly rotated, as each side portrayed a different myth or story. You ...
... as well as impressive large recycling bins! In the courtyard is an area of greenery with a small tree in its centre and many bicycles are parked to one side. Dragging our chairs out to within the summery sun for a very late bite to eat today I could hear a TV soapy softly from one window a floor higher in the left building and later saw 2 older women dressed in black looking at me from one level higher. It's close but charming and ...
... for the Baptistry. We climbed the bell tower which was a solid climb 414 steps, rewarded with great views over Florence and the Duomo. By the time we had done that we gave the Duomo climb a miss, our excuse was that the line was a bit too long but it was probably that we were climbed out and it was nearing aperitivo time
We walked down to the fashion centre of Florence; Via de Tornabuoni and Via della Vigna Nuova; Gucci et al and waited for Obika to open for our ...
Florence, Italy. Breakfast at our hotel cafe then off to the Galleria Academia for 9.30am - we had prebooked tickets. We bought audio guides for 6 Euro each. It was not worth it for this museum. You can read all of the information and more on the display plaques. We toured the museum for 2.5 hours. The Galleria dell' Academia holds important paintings and sculptures from the 13th-16th centuries. Michelangelo's David, probably the most famous sculpture in the world, ...
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Feeling even more energetic due to our exciting surrounds, we ventured further on to the river -Flume Arno- and up to view the city from one of its best vantage spots - Piazzale Michelangelo.