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Travel Blogs from Florence
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Our first day in Florence was low key in terms of sightseeing. We arrived in Rome and took a train to Florence- since we were not used to the train schedule, we missed our first train and had to wait another hour before boarding another which was sold out and we had to stand most of the 1h45m ride. Our walk to the hotel took …
... people were jet lagged, this doesn't include me, but we relaxed a lot for the next few days. We had a survival tour the next morning. One of the API staff members took us on a tour to the main attractions of Florence; the train station, Duomo, API center, library, and the Central Market. Also it was nice because they told us tips, like how to order a coffee and not get ripped off. If you ask for a coffee, they will charge you to sit and drink it so it will cost like ...
Today started at Piazza Demidoff a park on the other side of the Arno river , where we met up with Mila, the guide from Accidental Tourist , a company we had used last time we were in Florence. Mila loaded the 6 of us , along with Gina and Charles our new friends from Las Vegas and Christine a teacher from Connecticut. We headed up to the Tuscan Hill Country estate that was over 500 years old. Mila walked us through how they process ...
... spend and there's only so many rings and necklaces you can wear lol :-P We headed back and it started raining and thunder and lightning, the weather in Europe is hectic! Stinky hot 1 minute nekminute is chucking it down haha. Ella's rain coat made her look naked lol :-P We met Andreanne at the meeting point and trekked it in the rain to the bus. Got drenched but it's all good we had a good day and tonight we are having our group photo, Tuscan dinner ...
... before the Duomo (which was built in the 13th Century). It poured with rain then, so we retired to our apartment for a couple of Tuscany wines, before heading out to dinner for more Tuscany wines. We have developed a great appreciation for all things Tuscany, including the architecture, the food, the drink, and the prices! And to top it off, there are fabulous museums and and galleries on every corner. Definitely a place we could live for a few ...
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