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But that's the end of the story. The day started nice and slowly, with no group obligation until 3 pm. We didn't even go to breakfast, even though the breakfast room is just next door. We have excellent internet connections here, so part of the morning was spent trying to get photos moving to add to the blog. We eventually got ourselves moving and …
Time for us to move on from Rome and make our journey to Florence! It was an early morning to pack up and get ready to move to our new location. We needed to settle up with the B&B and then Mae it to Roma Termini for a 10:35 train to Firenze. It was definitely tough getting up this morning, the body is starting to react to all this walking and …
... Frozen" in both English and Italian and Flynn needs new pants. By 11pm, half the village had tried to adopt Flynn, Bronte was hoarse and suffering RSI from clutching the mike too hard and Jo was deep in conversation with a group of local women (all conducted in pigeon-Italglish). It really was a lot of fun. Not long after that, Bronte hit the wall and insisted that I take her and Flynn home (perhaps the least difficult bedtime of the trip so far!). I left Jo to ...
... and tried doing the same thing with entire sage leaves, which turned out to be a good decision. Both the sage and the zucchini flowers, with a little bit of salt, crunched and melted in your mouth, like a version of fried dough that leaves you feeling slightly less guilty.
The tomatoes that we had waiting patiently in the refrigerator were the precursor to a delicious bruschetta (pronounced 'broo - SKE - tah'). After this ...
... our destination, I became more alert and was ready to explore. As soon as we got out of the train station, we walked to our hostel. This place is literally 5 minutes away from the train station and it's awesome! We checked in and went straight to our room to settle down. Once settled, we went exploring. Note: Florence is very walkable. We walked everywhere!
First stop is the Duomo. This is ...