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- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
- Hot tub
- Babysitting service
- Multilingual staff
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The old town of Assisi was brilliant! Bought my 2 cherubs on a heart swing hehe. Beautiful fresh morning..the views amazing and the Basillica was the best ever...just enchanting and simply beautiful. Arrived later in Florence and did a walking tour and saw the spectacular michelangelos museum where his unfinished works are kept plus the ...
... sprayed and wiped the toilet seat after each person went, *sticks nose up*. We went and got gelato and I thought I would try see how my Italian is so I ordered in Italian and the guy was pretty impressed however we went and sat down outside and someone came and said it was an extra NINE EUROS to sit...... Get stuffed!!! We went and met up with the group again and started to walk back having a banter with the guys with selfie sticks; pointing out people on the tour that "want ...
... get an outside seat, which was lucky as we saw many turned away after we arrived.
I then decided to walk up to Piazzale Michelangelo which was only half an hour away and a million steps. Poor Anita's legs and knees were really suffering. Magnificent place to watch the sunset and there were hundreds of people up there with their take away pizza and bottles of wine and as the sun set everyone clapped. The view down the River Arno was stunning. ...
... on this trip so far...going along with us as we take her through many museums and palaces. We are making sure to stop for snacks, give her time to sketch and taking time to sit and chat. We have learned that Katie and Karen move through museums at a similar pace and often leave Luke behind as he reads each and every plaque! Information overload!!
Katie really enjoys the hikes up to the top of the towers and domes and we ...
... we decided to visit the Galleria d'Academia instead. This is the home of Michaelangelo's David. Unfortunately you can't take photos in the museum, but he is huge (not so much in terms of endowment in the ****** region though). The statue stands at over 5 metres tall. The detail is amazing, down to the tendons in his hands and neck. There were a lot of religious painting dating back to the 12th century as well, which is just ...