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... will save those two sights for my next visit. Afterwards I walked towards the copy of the statue of David and the Uffrezi museum, walked across the Ponte Vecchio bridge and towards a church named Santo Spirito. I walked inside to take a look and then had lunch at one of the outdoor restaurants nearby. The restaurant was really nice and I chatted with the waiter - an old man from southern Italy - for awhile, and then afterwards I started walking ...
... teaching us the basic phrases we need to know to get around supermarkets, clothing stores and restaurants. It is pretty interesting to learn Italian after taking Spanish for many years. The vocabulary overlaps in a lot of cases. For example, “thank you” in Spanish is “gracias and “thank you” in Italian is “grazie”.
I added my Palaces of Florence class a couple ...
... pairings before, but these were paired really well and was a very yummy experience. Our tour guide taught us how to taste the wine - to look at the color, to swirl and smell it, and to finally taste it. He taught us about the different types of flavors and helped us figure out the details of the wines we were tasting. I mostly was excited for this tour so I could taste some Italian wines and see the countryside, but I learned so much ...
... and were met by Amelia outside. We had to climb three flights of stairs with our bags, but it was worth it. The apartment is Amazing! (See photos). It's a huge contrast to the apartment in Rome. Its on the top floor, while the one in Rome was on the bottom, it's very spacious and light, while the one in Rome was tiny and dark, it's pretty expensive, while the one in Rome was cheaper. Both apartments are in great locations. At about 4pm ...
Well my hotel room was small and once I had opened my suitcase I couldn't open the door but the shower was good (although I had forgotten that Italian hotels give you large "tea towels" as bath towels) the complimentary continental breakfast was great and the staff delightful. I think I won over the lady making the coffee when I had my second double espresso!!! I am more than happy to know that I will be returning here for a few more days after my workshop. Had a really long chat with ...