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... our friendly landlord is nice enough to open the door for us to let us in. Our airbnb contact was to come at 1pm to give us our keys. Gocomo (Jack-o-mo), our landlord lives upstairs and has the apartment managed by airbnb. He saw us being dropped off and saw the rain come down so he opened the door. Lucky. A couple of minutes later we hear hail and we opened the door to have a look and the hail was coming down pretty bad, we would have been stuck in that with nothing but our rain coats ...
... that stuck out from the wall, and you literally take a shower on the bathroom floor, no curtain, no shower over bath, just you, the showerhead, and the entire bathroom.
At least this shower had good water pressure, but the sensation of soggy feet AFTER the shower drove me absolutely pazzi. YUK!
The last time I’d been to Italy was a good 7 years ago, and that was purely to visit my family in Calabria, a small town surrounded by mountains and ...
After sleeping in, we went in search of coffee. After a week of having cappuccino's ready for us each morning, we were now on our own. Luckily, like wine bars, coffee is available no matter where you look. I decided that we should head to the Mercato Centrale, the large market that we found last week. It has food stalls for every type of food, pork, poultry, cheese, olive oil, etc and I thought we could find ...
... delicious pizza I have ever eaten. The base was crunchy, but soft inside, and the topping had layer upon layer of flavour. It was brilliant. A real taste experience.
Next stop, the Ponte Vecchio. This time it was actually open, and we were captivated by all the shiny jewellery adorning the tiny shop windows. One day maybe we will have enough money to dare go into the shops, rather than looking longingly through the windows! Down the road, Joanna found ...
Our first visit of the day was to the Galileo Museum. What fun! It was a collection of scientific equipment and displays from the 16th and 17th centuries. It was amazing to see how beautiful the experimentation equipment was--with inlaid wood and designs--all to complete the ...