Petit Chateau Bed & Breakfast
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... home tidings of great joy--for 94€, we can ship a box of 17-20kg (but no food). This will be our fallback option, once we've staged our packing.
It is quiet without Martha and Bill--and we realize we've only got two dinners left. We head back across the river to Vechhio Bettola, and enjoy the meal even more the second time around. No brains, no rabbit, but a relaxing and wonderful night.
One more day--museum day.
... passed it many times since i've been here but I'm really excited to see what our professor teaches us. She also has many trips planned at private villas as well , which should be absolutely beautiful. And of course there is a day trip to Rome.
Italian was interesting too. I really like my professor he is so nice and has such a cute Italian accent. It's not hard ...
... antique silver from the UK, dusty clothes, fur hats(!), books, shoes and everything in between. Bargains such as we found in Paris were not to be found here; the prices were much higher. Similar embroidered linen tablecloths were €25-35 in Paris, here they are €120-140. Lunch was at a nearby café with a 4 cheese and truffle ravioli for me and a seafood pizza for Andrew with a Campari spritz made with bitter orange; heaven on a warm Sunday afternoon.
... the view of the Tuscan hills from the river along the way. By the time we arrived back in Florence it was quite late and we were starving. As usual the result was finding the closest restaurant and ordering the biggest pizza/ bowl of pasta possible along with bruschetta. I feel we are definitely doing Italian cuisine justice. After this we could barley walk and only just managed to get back to the hostel and upstairs to bed (there was of course a bar stop along the way as we needed a ...
... world. If you ever make it to Florence make sure to pay that extra 10 euro to climb to the top. The view is breathtaking.
Next we went to the Accademia to check out our boy David. Luckily I'm sneaky enough and sniped a picture for you all. Surprisingly he was a much larger statue than expected. His hands and feet were disproportioned to take your eyes away from his nudity and focus on the power of his stance and effect on others.
After the museums we ...