Mr My Resort Florence
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- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... but there’s a bus….and it is going our way – so why not? A new adventure! Unfortunately, no one knows when to tell the driver to stop. Where the HECK is he going? When I asked, he said he stopped at Porta San Marco….but when. Feeling a little nervous at the moment….YEAH. I see the Porta….push the button, and we’re off.
We get back to Firenze with only one minor hitch. Seems credit ...
... Michelangelo, Leonardo, Raphael, Donatello....come to think of it, all of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles have had a massive impact here. Firstly we have a little day stop in the town of Pisa, famous of course for its leaning tower, the most celebrated feat of poor structural engineering in man kind. It costs each coach 200 euros to park in the car park, it is mafia controlled and there's no way around it, lest you run the risk of upsetting poor Fat Tony, ...
... it seemed there were local Italians selling their wears, but amongst them were pushy salesmen of African origin who seemed to have no stalls but simply laid out their wears on blankets on the street - mostly selling watches.... they seemed a little dodgy and very pushy. 'Wanna buy a watch' type salesmen. We wandered up and down the streets, knowing we wanted to buy, but wary to check the prices at all the stores and try to get the best deal. Bill found and purchased a ...
... of sculpture in Italy, with famous works by Michelangelo, Donatello, and Giambologna. The building itself looks more like a fortress, and was used as a model for the larger Palazzo Vecchio, which has a similar architectural style. Originally constructed in 1255, during the 16th-century the Medici transformed it into the residence of the police ("bargello"), complete with torture chambers and detention ...
... an artist's workshop and found these really good drawings of Florence and Italian memorabilia. The Artist, I wish I asked his name, popped out of his little nook and I chatted with him for a few minutes. He explained that his art is made with a press that he uses to sort of imprint the images and then he goes over with water colour on some of them to give them a more lifelike appearance.. I loved them so ...