- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Then we got into a semi rural area and started a long slow climb, steep enough that the modern bus was working pretty hard. The view of the horticultural land and large villas was good and as we got higher we were looking over Florence. Fiesole was a small quiet town atop of high hill, and as we walked away from the small town square along the ridge to find the best vantage points, it was very quiet and picture perfect. We enjoyed the quietness and ...
... just for a change, pizza or pasta, and sat there for dinner. I'm sure there's better pasta in Florence but it was ok.
Headed off and looked for a bus to get home but had no idea where we were so asked a guy standing at the stop with an official looking bus lines uniform on where we should go. He spoke no English but got across to us that we needed the No. 23 bus. Great, we would get home tonight! Or maybe not.... We jumped on the No. 23 and checked with the ...
... to do an internship in order to graduate from CalArts this spring with my MFA (Master of Fine Arts) in Theater Management and I figured why limit myself when it comes to learning how theaters operate. So, I checked out tons of intern abroad programs and found the perfect one for me with Performing Arts Abroad (PAA). It's all in the title! It was meant for me! This program is affiliated with Florence University of the Arts (FUA) -yet again, all in the title- which is ...
We had a great sleep in today and eased into the morning. Luckily Katie was feeling a bit better! From the big window in our apartment, you can see the Mercato centrale, which the popular daily market that sells everything: meat, fish, cheese, fresh fruits and veggies, a bunch of other things we couldn't name, wine, truffles, limoncello, and so much more. We were in need of some fresh fruit, so we bought some juicy oranges and strawberries. We also picked up ...
... most about that is the reminder that these gargantuan historical figures which we attribute almost mythological status to were actually mere mortals. Their profound achievements and contributions to the human story were made in a single lifetime and in most cases, a considerably shorter one than those we are lucky enough to live nowadays. It's a thought which I find intimidating and inspiring in equal measure.
Memories came ...