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Today's 3 goals: see the statue of David, book a cooking lesson, and piddle around. All accomplished!
We slept in, had breakfast (croissants, cake, and fruit--how do these people not die at 30?), and met our very nice host that was able to get us a room so late yesterday. Another guest held the door for us and once we got to the floor and saw no receptionist, we used their phone behind the desk to call the lady's (Stefania) cell phone and ...
... leading producer of toilet paper and tissue (and that’s a pretty important claim to fame).
Anyway, we found our way to the top of the ramparts (ranging from 30 to 100 feet wide) and started walking around the city – exiting near the site of an original Roman amphitheater. (The promenade/ramparts are lined with large trees. It took 100 years and 1/3 of the city’s budget for a century to build – and the wall ...
... Tempe, my friends, and Mill.
But I am making some of the greatest friends and I couldn't be happier. Even if I'm only hanging out with a group of people one time, we're all in the same situation, so everyone becomes friends really quickly. Whether I'm watching a re-run of the Bachelor with my roommates (so okay, I still watch a little bit of reality TV), going to Aperitivo or a bar, or dinner that lasts from 9PM to midnight, or even just spending the night ...
... the river and the service is nice and I get my last pasta on the trip - tagliatelle with white truffle oil and porcinni mushrooms and Hinesh gets a pork loin dish. I win, with the pasta being more tasty than the pork. We enjoy our last meal in Italy and look forward to desert. It is of course gelato at the gelateria on the corner and we share a fondente and cookie gelato. Its so so good and we are happy campers when we walk home.
Day 6: our train is at midday so we chill at ...
... long day and our brains were full so we went back to the hotel to freshen up before dinner. We found ourselves back at the square in front of the Uffizi Gallery for dinner. There is a collection of restaurants in the square. We found one that looked appealing and had a wonderful dinner overlooking the lit up fountains. Amanda had a salmon filet and I tried the lasagna. Both dishes were excellent. We have yet to find a bad meal. After dinner it was back to the hotel for some more ...