- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... 3am only to find the Macca's we had seen on the way there was closed, but blissfully a tiny pizza/kebab shop was still open so we got to eat a huge slice of slightly dodgy pizza instead. Florence is so historically fascinating. We went on a walking tour this morning with a wonderful guide named Elsa, and saw the most remarkable sights. She warned us not to drink too much, and then laughed at our tired hungover mob when we told her it was too late! In Florence it ...
... is just so good here and we are always in raptures. We had what was one of the best meals of the trip and the waiter took a shine to us; Andrew stopped the waiter from putting the wine on ice and my goodness, he thought that was wonderful. He shook Andrew’s hand, ‘bravo, bravo, magnifico’ and proceeded to bring us additional tidbits from the kitchen. More bread, cheese with fig paste, and with dessert, two snifters of cognac. The cognac, ...
... the Pisa monument who had just returned to the bus for their ride to the hotel.
An hour later we dragged ourselves up the most gorgeous hill in Tuscany to Hotel Villa Saulina. Quite a big adventure for us. We dined in an outdoor patio overlooking the olive trees and vineyards, we took a night swim under the stars, shared a bottle of chianti we bought in town with Georgia and collapsed in bed (a huge upgrade from the previous evenings bunks on the train couchette!). ...
... we decided to go back over the bridge to a leather shop that we found yesterday. Florence is known for their leather and this shop didn't look to be one of the cookie cutter "leather factory" shops that seem to be all over the city. Ken looked at belts and a wallet, while I tried on the leather jackets. All seemed to be very good quality and while not cheap, they weren't crazy expensive either. After making our purchase decisions, we ...
... with a family from Pennsylvania, which as we chatted, made the ride go quickly. Our Canadian-politeness back in action, we stuck to topics we knew would not cause controversy, and bit our tongues a few times. He mentioned that when Obama got elected, he bought the biggest truck he could find because nobody has the right to tell him he has to drive a Prius.
By the time we got to Florence, I must confess, I was completely beat. Between ...