Palazzo Vecchietti Suites And Studios
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
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... pageant of flag waving and music in traditional costumes. Eventually we went back to the guest house to dump our purchases and write postcards for the smallies before heading off to our favourite restaurant....Ristorante Vecchia Firenze.
Wow. What a welcome! Paolo (the owner) his wife and father, Pasquale the head waiter, all kissed and hugged us, and welcomed us back. We wished them all "Buon Natale" and handed the bottles of ...
... Fiorentina was good, mine was a little tough – but the flavor was great. Liz and Marcia were starting to hit the wall; so time to go. They need their rest, because tomorrow is a BIG day!!
Norma messaged me again. She wants to get together for dinner or something after 6 tomorrow night. OH NO!! We’ll be in Siena all day. I have no idea when we’ll return….so…UGH….I have to decline? Right? ...
... waiting! We went down to The Piazza della Signoria, so she could see them in all their naked glory! Strangely enough, she follows me in preferring Neptune to David; I hope that means she isn’t going to go for older men! From there to the Ponte Vecchio and most of the main sights were done, as we weren’t planning on going into any museums or art galleries.
Of course these were not the only important sights to see; as we are ...
... is decorated with green and white marble in geometric patterns, and looks very similar to the facades of Santa Croce and Santa Maria Novella. After conquering the daunting stairs, then pivoting around to face away from the church, we were stunned by the panoramic view in front of and beneath us. Before our eyes, Florence and its many famous landmarks appeared in all their glory, nestled between our viewing point and ...
... fans had better see this…jaws drop as the penny drops, this tiny almost concealed chapel is the one referred to in the book describing how Dante met his unrequited love Beatrice in this chapel where she is entombed and where a wicker basket exists for letters where everyday people write about their own lost loves. A couple of people are in the chapel where music is being played softly in the background and Vanessa contains a squeal of excitement to ...