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Sprinkled along this museum mile are many galleries, cafes, and beautiful historic churches to satisfy the interests of any age.
…imagine hiking alongside Jupiter or Apollo, literally in the clouds, gazing down upon the seemingly endless Amalfi coast of Italy…
To get away from the museums and crowds in Florence, Italy, here are three lesser-known destinations — all with a connection to roses.
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Take a 20-minute walk towards Parc Molson, the most enchanting park in the area. Located between Beaubien and Saint-Zotique streets, and divided in the middle by D’Iberville, the park displays art installations and allows for many sports to be enjoyed. You’ll appreciate the walk and the view around Parc Molson’s gazebo, and the red and yellow leaves of autumn falling on you are a definite plus.
Vendôme’s brunch menu is just the right size, featuring French bistro fare highlighting Colorado’s seasonal, local ingredients.
The popular breakfast/lunch/brunch restaurant wraps you in its blue and flamingo pink lighting where happy diners sample the hearty creativity of a generous dinner where the theme draws inspiration from the special name of that month’s moon. Mirrors, art, and moon lights complete the ambience. Casual wear and BYOB are the norm in this reasonably priced restaurant.
Flip flops, bathing suits, souvenirs, watches — all for a buck or less. We descended on the shops like aged Canadians at a Florida all-you-can-eat buffet. We relaxed a bit on our budget and had supper at an excellent Chinese restaurant so we could idle in the air-conditioning after a day traipsing up and down the frying pan that doubled as a sidewalk. Afterwards, we strolled into the immense Supermercado Rey and bought huge jars of peanut butter and paid less than 40 cents for cans of Balboa beer (an indicator of the true cost of living, verdad?).