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Today was another relaxing day. I slept in very late and got a few loads of laundry done! For dinner I met up with my friend Sarah and we went to the international fair taking place at Santa Croce! It was sooooo delicious! I got a gyro, a HUGE cheese pretzel, and some sort of rice and cheese ball with beef in the center. All of the food was ...
... at Flinders University for Medical School !!!!!
That afternoon I went for a walk with Rachel and Jess to eat some traditional gelato and have a look at the Michaelangelo's David in the main square of the city.
Although I didn't exactly get up to much in Florence, I really enjoyed the company from our new friends Storm and Jess, and seeing Mia again ! ...
... a meat and cheese platter with honey, then came our enormous steak (1 kilo) with roasted potatoes. For dessert was a delicious custard budino and they even had decaf espresso. The best part was, after such a long day, we were only 3ft from our front door.
A great meal to end a great (and last) day in Florence.
Total church count for the day: 5!
... Will I ever be able to eat fast food again?!)
The train was very cool. None of us had been on a high speed train before, and the Frecciarossa (or Testarossa as I like to call it!) did not disappoint. Very smooth, very fast (over 250 km/h!). We arrived in Florence in an hour and a half.
We caught a bus from the station to a stop near our apartment, then walked the rest of the way. ...
... Duomo or cathedral. It has 413 stone steps - a narrow, winding, rather treacherous climb. In places it is so narrow that two people can't fit. Since there is only one stairway and people are descending at the same time that others are ascending, this creates quite a bottleneck. At one point I idly wondered what would happen if someone tripped and fell. Would the crush of the crowd hold you in place or would there be a domino effect? Thankfully, I ...