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... set many statuses. Then after a few hours of sitting around and not doing anything, we decided to head out and go to BrewDog for a couple of beers. They tripped the breaker at Tom's so sparks flew everywhere and the lights shut off as we were leaving. They got it figured out before we left.
We got to BrewDog around 12:30am and sat until closing at 2am or so. I had a couple of craft beers which were pretty good, one was a lager but I don't remember the names. We ...
... The unification of all of the Italian areas only happened in 1876 and during this process Rome was nominated as the capital. Italy has a population of 64 million and people generally consider themselves as coming from their region rather than Italian except when it comes to football.
The Medici family were the first to mint coins in Florence and also sponsored Christopher Columbus.
On the way we also passed mountains of marble. Literally ...
... custom; I was observing the youngsters in the bar (Andrew and I about twice as old as everyone else!) and with the food out on the table, everyone is much more mellow. Chatting. Eating. Socialising. I’m sure it happens, but we are yet to see anyone completely off their face and making a nuisance of themselves. It’s nice.
As we had such a great experience (and we found a few treasures) at the massive flea market in Paris, I wanted to visit ...
... setting in Santorini, and here I am now sitting in Florence doing the exact same thing, in a another country with a different backdrop. Beautiful.
I ate what was probably the best pizza of my life followed by probably the best doppio espresso at Mercato Centrale, roofed in while the summer storm was crashing heaving above.
I took a stroll along the Arno River and walked through Ponte Veccio, admiring the true essence of the Firenze culture and ...
... storm! Though this may seem awful, but I, personally, enjoyed it just enough to not feel the need to get an umbrella or run back to the B&B. We did start to speed walk as the rain picked up and the thunder roared, though it was no use, since by the time we got back, we were all almost soaked. The day has been great, especially since we have had a lot of time to, once again, hang out and learn about the culture. Yet another exciting ...