B&B La Casa dei Tintori
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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This morning was full of things to do before class. I woke up and got ready as usual, still checking every room/door lock/window lock for anything out of the ordinary after I got out of the shower.
I left to meet Meghan at 15 and we made copies for our Permits of Stay. We got capuccinos con ciaccolatta from the vending machine and paid 0.60E again - it was wonderful. We were anxious about carrying our passports around, so we headed ...
... games. Drunk Kira made an appearance that night! The next day we explored the city, it had such a great vibe. The streets were beautiful, the people at restaurants weren't as desperate for customers as Rome and the food was amazing! The Duomo was definitely one of the most impressive buildings I've ever seen and the bridge "Ponte Vecchio". I'd definitely recommend Florence! Next stop ...
... Unfortunately it had started raining heavily en-route to the restaurant.
Many of us got wet. That aside we had a meal that had mixed reactions from the group. I personally liked it and had great company. John and Kate did not attend, wanting to do something for themselves.
The meal lasted about 2.15hrs and then we went home with little trouble as the rain had stopped. Now, a little on the diary and off to ...
... br> Day one: I took some pictures of the bridge/s (Ponte/Ponti) that cross the River Arno (Fiume Arno)
Ponte Vecchio with its small houses and numerous jewellery stores is the best known.
It has had jewellery stores on it since the the 16th century (1593)
Prior to that there were butchers, fishmongers and tanners. The waste and stink got ...
... 8217;t seen yet. We headed back to the train station to get the hire bikes and book tickets to Venice for Sunday. We got the bikes and started cruising around town, it’s a pretty town. We headed over to the non touristy side of town to visit a series of gardens that Michelangelo was meant to have designed. The gardens were very peaceful, we chilled out walking through them for an hour or two. Next destination was up to Michelangelo piazza. The piazza isn’t impressive at ...