Albergo I Villini
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- Free parking
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... a rest so we went back to our apartments to relax for a bit! Sarah came over later that night and we got pizza and got dressed into our costumes! We met back up with all of our friends at renae and katelyns apartment to watch rocky horror! I still haven't seen all of that movie because before we finished it we decided to go to an italian bar and then to an American bar and did karaoke! We even were out late enough to go to secret bakery! It was ...
... Susan gave us numerous tips on where to eat and what to see and do. Including the places that triple the price if you sit down to eat or drink instead of standing. She said that is common practice in Italy. Susan said that we could not get a better location in Florence as pretty much everything was in easy walking distance. She also said that the real statue of David is nearby in a museum. She was amused that we'd seen it in Rome and said that there is another ...
... the mother replied 'silence.' Which I thought was a rather good answer, unfortunately the daughter wasn't listening and misheard it as 'salad', 'sure you want salad I'll get you salad' says mother 'NO silence' and for a few blissful stunned moments there was just that, until daughter started yaking on again... Today by the duomo, middle aged son to dad "so you've come all this way, you'll never come back again and ...
... Italy. We tried 6 types of red wine, 2 types of grappa and 1 special made brandy. The vineyard owner that created this cognac made with the Chianti grape joked that he was going to name and sell the brandy as 'Chiantinac.’ It was surprisingly sweet and tasty for straight cognac before noon. For those of you that do not know what grappa is, it is a very high alcohol content drink made with the left over grape skins from the wine process. ...
... but i don't know if it goes that far, but MAN it was hot. Our walk took us a good 2 hours or so, so by the time we made it back to our hotel we were pretty hungry. Our tour guide, David told us that if we were tired of Italian food that there was a good Mexican restaraunt on the canal, so we checked it out. Worst mexican food experience of my life. Amateur mistaaaake. It took about 2 hours to get our food, and i didn't even finish ...