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Florence is definitely a city of art! Whether it is in paintings, sculptures, buildings, music, outdoor performances, and so on this city is artistic. The Medici family definitely left their legacy behind. After going to the Uffizi Gallery, I was intrigued more by this powerful family, which is why I decided to go to the Pitti Palace.
... hardly remember it. Our hostel "plus hostel" was amazing, we have been staying in private rooms so we were dreading the 8 bed dorms. However the hostel was very clean, spacious. It had great wifi and a pool! However our roommates were snoring Asians which Lewis suffered with little sleep. We just chilled at the pool the first day as Rome had destroyed us! We met lots of cool people and ...
... of the UNESCO World Heritage Site covering the historic centre of Florence and are a major attraction to tourists visiting the region of Tuscany. The basilica is one of Italy's largest churches, and until development of new structural materials in the modern era, the dome was the largest in the world. It remains the largest brick dome ever constructed.
Florence is also known as a cultural city with many ...
... the bun, forcing you to eat it all quickly, as well as regularly lick several inches into your forearm to not let the juice, which inevitably wanders down from the food, reach your sleeves and elbows. The sandwich is quite salty, and pairs well with a carbonated drink, such as a lemon Fanta or a cold beer.
The three of us finally set up shop to watch the fireworks about half a block from the Ponte Vecchio. I had ...
... sticky (sticky = not real grappa because sugar has been added), and then smell your hands, they smell like raisins! I don't know if smelling the raisins did it, but her grappa was much gentler than Dario's, you could actually taste the grape. We should have bought some. She also showed us how she makes bread with the wheat they grow and perfume. P and I bought a bottle of Chianti to take home before leaving.
Our final stop was Greve in Chianti, where we had ...