- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... part which is not open to the general public. This was the Vasari Corridor which is a private "corridor" or passageway built in 1564 and linking the Palazzo Vecchio via the Uffizi Gallery and then over the Ponte Vecchio to the Palazzo Pitti on the other side of the river. Basically it provided a rich man with a private passage from the State palace to his home. The reason it is not open to the public is that it would be too difficult to ensure security. Thus with ...
... spot of rain, whilst drinking a James Bond lilet martini and thius annoying the staff mildly by not eating. it's expensive but not so much as harrys bar. Oh hang on, that's stronger than it looks. Goods times. We love it. The only places open are bars cafés and oddly handbag shops should you fancy a late night handbag. Oh and a spectacular thunderstorm had just broken out. Btw I speak Italian much better when ...
... and Santa Reparata and Joel was keen enough to run up the clock tower while us girls waited at the bottom.
Then we headed over the Leonardo Da Vinci museum getting first a bit lost but then pointed the right direction by a local. The museum houses many of his designs of machines and also had many interactive models. We watched part of a documentary about his life, was interesting to see how he influenced warfare especially in his designs of bird ...
So lets begin with Saturday morning. My friends and I were all super excited to go have brunch at our dining hall/campus restaurant. We heard they serve pancakes and eggs on Saturdays at noon. So we all slept in and made our way over there expecting some italian version of eggs and pancakes. We learned you really can't predict anything here. Even if they promise you American style food...it's not. Turns out they don't start serving brunch until september 27th and ...
... Now we feel much better! We sat for a while chatting to other tourists from Australia and Atlanta – we’ve all heard that this weather is unheard of – that it is normally dry and sunny by late May. Oh Poo!
Across the piazza from the SMN the Perfumery is found through a rather normal looking doorway. But upon entering, the spicy, fragrant smells hit you. It’s a combination museum and Perfumery. ...