B & B L'Alloro
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... to a nearby park and took a little nap. After our nap we walked back over to Basilica Di San Lorenzo. My aunt Marsha had given us a recommendation to go in but we were far too tired and it was too late so we passed on this for this trip. We got some traditional Italian food (Spaghetti and Lasagna) and headed back home to prep for our train trip over to Venice tomorrow.
Gelato Count: Nick 7, Jillian 6.5 (I got super rich gelato today and just couldn't finish it.)
... and should not be attempted if you are claustrophobic. The reward for us on reaching the top - an unforgettable 360-degree panorama of one of Europe's most beautiful cities.
While standing in the queue Glyn spotted a caffe/wine bar advertising that the South Africa vs New Zealand rugby game would be shown live at 5.00pm. No prizes for guessing where we seated ourselves promptly at 5.00pm, ordered a beer and a wine, and sat back ...
... an additional focus in business English.
My fellow peers and all of the instructors hustled right from the school to a beautiful little restaurant decorated with vintage photographs of Florence and dusty wine bottles behind the Central Market. My table of students decided that the one bottle of red table wine was not enough, so we ordered more, and apparently our obvious charm was enough that the waitresses gave us ...
... they WILL find a way to make you VIP!
59) Watch out for drugs - They are literally EVERYWHERE - Do not trust anyone or let your drink out of your sight!
60) Splitting checks is UNHEARD of at restaurants - Pain in my booty when going out to eat
61) If you don't have exact change for anything under 5 euro - Get ready to be JUDGED!
62) Enjoy the 2 euro cappuccinos - Just add a few sugar packets and WAHLA, heaven on your lips!
63) Pigeons are everywhere ...
... of detail and human proportion is amazing.
Apparently your not meant to take photos of the statue, but along with the hundreds of careful visitors, I manage to grab a quick snap of the real thing.
Ponte Vecchio is also quite famous, it's a bridge over the river where they have built shops attached to the outside of the bridge, quite unique.
We're off to Venice tomorrow, just a short trip north to see the city of canals.