Agli Uffizi Bed and Breakfast
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Wonderful, centrally located, great clean room and excellent staff
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... our way to a viewing point of the town up a hill and it was very hot in the sun! We took a few choice pics and headed back to the car, bound for Siena! The drive to Siena was scenic but uneventful mishap wise! Thaankfully! We found a park and made our way up the escalators to Siena. It was fair to say we were pretty hungry but we made sure to take photos so we could remember where to leave from. We had a quick lunch and then caught the sights of Siena. ...
... Spirito. Nico suggested grabbing a piece of pizza from Gusto Pizza and taking it over to the steps of Santo Spirito to eat it. As we came into the piazza, we saw several restaurants with cute patios and decided to do that instead. Furthermore, the line for pizza was nearly 30 people long. We aren’t much for waiting in lines.
After some debate, we finally decided on a little restaurant. The server offered us a Prosecco while we waited for ...
... women and have no access to the place between 10.30 am and 3.30pm. A bit like UK youth hostels used to be. Looks like I need to plan ahead more as I checked out hostel availability in Naples - my next stop - and have only managed to get a bed in an 8 bed dorm - and it's mixed, so god knows what that's going to be like. I've almost convinced myself that I can put up with anything for 2 nights but I may have second thoughts the closer I get to Naples.
... above the stage! They also had italian subtitles as well because the opera was written in a dialect of italian that many Italians may become confused with. After we met up with my friends italian friend and got pizza, it wasn't the best pizza at ...
So, a few weeks in and things are starting to go a bit more to plan, I mean, there's not exactly a 'plan', but there are now plan-like resemblance since my visa was inevitably cancelled. Comparatively speaking, things have indeed improved substantially since last week! Hoorah!
I now have somewhere to sleep! I'm not sharing a room with 12 guys! I'm not in tears having coffee with a Moroccan mail man, conspiring in broken English on ...