Poggio Imperiale Apartments
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Multilingual staff
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... br> the pizzeria in the camping ground for dinner and bought them home where she
found three wet rats waiting to get into the house. Showers and pizza in Pisa
for dinner with a game of Uno before bed for the kids. A little ironing
completed which is the first time since leaving NZ not that there was a lot
done there either. With all the appropriate gear out for tomorrow, I can see
the car pack tomorrow being a shambles as two lots of gear will be needed
during the ...
... connection bridges above the narrow streets, the whole area was dark most of the day. It was very interesting to see how life was then, and how difficult it was even for the rich. One can only imagine how the poor lived.
We also learned that while the Medici family ruled, they had plenty of rivals and the political intrigue of families was fierce. Florence’s power was substantial as a textile and banking center for all of Europe, even ...
... a reservation for 10:30 this morning. That only means that you don’t need to stand in line to buy a ticket – you just walk up to collect your ticket – then the line starts – to get into the gallery – you and thousands of other tourists (this is a “must see” in Florence). Why, you ask??
But before we answer, we had to find the gallery from our apartment – ...
... still has the purest intentions...
So I told Becca that this was THE place to go and I wasn't going to be argued with. Brooke wins again. We got to Dante's around 8PM and didn't leave until after 10PM. Sometimes, I'm really thankful for the slower service that Italy is famous for. The four of us spent the whole night killing three bottles of wine, talking about almost everything, and repeating over ...
... city to walk around in. It's a living museum and the buildings, cobblestone streets, statues, and piazzas are just great. Even though it's December, there are still lots of tourists. On a rainy Friday, there were hardly any out and about. We each listened to a Rick Steves audio guide on our phones while walking around.
What a difference a day makes though. On Saturday, the day we left, the sun was out and it was in the upper ...