Il Piccolo Fiorentino
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... only 15 minutes before checkin closes. Right, when we get to terminal 2G everyone run to the checkin desk!!!!
Shuttle Bus arrives at the terminal...get to the checking desk with 10 minutes to spare, yeah we made it to Air France checkin......"sorry sir, the flight to florence is closed"...but how can that be we have a confirmed confirmation, here is our e-ticket!
After some checking, good news, "your flight was ...
... it didn't, all that was ever necessary was a very firm and loud "No! Basta! Go away!" and because you'd drawn attention to the situation, they'd move along.
-Fundamentally, check your Canadian-politeness at the door and you'll be fine.
In line with that last point, while we were waiting to get our Eurail pass validated, we saw a group of what looked like other Canadians (Roots backpack as an identifier) get into an almost ...
... just like the one from my previous Europe trip. I filled up a bag and took a photo re-enacting the scene from when I was 12 years old! Yummo.
We were starving by that stage, and the others lead us to a cute pizzeria called O’Vesuvio, which apparently featured in the TV show Jersey Shore. The pizzas were really great, and the staff were very nice.
We made a beeline for Vivoli, the gelato shop our friend Zoe had recommended. ...
... send them off to Venice, then I proceeded to walk through Florence. Amazing beautiful city. SO MANY TOURISTS HERE. Crossed the river and walked around the "locals" neighborhood. Had a wonderful lunch at a little restaurant/deli, iToscini? Then walked to Boboli Gardens, which was quite hilly. It was like climbing Potato Patch, which, as those of you who know me, I hate to do. But this was not at altitude. Got back to hotel (Orto de Medici) at 4 and took a nap for an ...
Chilly this morning as we took a short walk. We love watching this city come to life. It's so crowded with tourists and tour groups most of the time, but early in the morning...it's just life happening. We watched deliveries of pasta from Pistoia, veggies from the north, beer and water...bread....and lots of street cleaning. I'm pretty sure we've never been in a city that spends so much time cleaning. The toilet won't stop running...and now won't flush! Sigh...now ...