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... pretty, straight out of a postcard. We then stopped at the Leaning Tower of Pisa in the evening. We were worried our photos would turn out dark and ******, but then the most incredible sunset broke out and blew us all away! We took all the standard touristy shots and had a great time. Finally, it was on to our hostel. The rooms are so much bigger which is great because we all needed to do a big repack! Until next time ...
... is beautiful. It has been raved about for centuries and the Florentines have often escaped the 10km or so up the hill to enjoy the cooler air, the vineyards, the views, the fabulous villas and all manner of other delights. There are Roman and Etruscan ruins and a garden that is meant to be wonderful. Unfortunately on the day we were there it was closed. The guide book told us to do a lot of things but the only thing we did do was eat! We seem to eat a lot but ...
I also spend a night with Kamilya, a colleague I work with, who also happened to be in Florence on a Contiki tour. Some how we ended up at a random karaoke bar, where not even the strongest frozen margaritas could wash away my “ugh shut up, stop singing!” look on my face.
Although I spent some lovely days and nights with Nick, I made the decision that we’re probably best just being friends. The summer romance ended as fast as it ...
... the merchandise. Everyone is always on break. We headed back for a late afternoon rest before dinner. This time we headed out towards San Marco and walked around. This area is a major bus stop so we rounded the corner towards the Museum Accademia. We stopped at a little place called the Caffe Academia. It was a quiet street and we sat outside. We had a antipasto salad and shared a pizza and glass of house wine for each of us. The food ...
... not actually an island since there are two concrete walkways out to it) with a fountain and paths and lots of potted citrus trees (it looked like some of the lemons were ready to be picked!). You can’t walk out on the island but you can walk along the path or sit and rest on stone benches next to the tall hedges that circle the pond. There were quite a few families with small children doing just that. Me too—I sat for a while and watched and listened to ...