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So its been a couple days since I've blogged, but things have been kind of busy over here! FIrst off: SIMON (kates boyfriend) IS HERE VISITING FROM AUSTRALIA! They hadn't seen each other in 8 months so as you can imagine they're both so happy!!! We've had a pretty crazy week with tests and what not. I had an art of florence quiz on Tuesday and tomorrow i have an Italian test! I'm not too ...
... of weeds. The views were outstanding, it really is a loooong way up.
Coming down the pathways was worse than the climb, it was more of a braking process so you didnt get a bit of speed up. Knees howled in protest a few times. Neither of us fell over you will be relieved to hear.
We stopped off again in the Palace to see a costume exhibition of clothing dating back as far as Cosimo Medici (they bought the palace off Luca Pitti in ...
... for free.
After the relaxing meal, however, it was time to get serious. Just the day before I had settled on a new apartment with a kind Italian family just out of the city centre, and what followed was a busy afternoon of frantically packing up all of my belongings and attempting to rid myself of any unnecessary clothing and cumulated items.
The apartment situation is not much, but then again I don't need ...
... get my bearings. I struggled to get ready and in the process realized I couldn't find my room key, great 10€ fine.
Went down to ****** breakfast and tried to eat a roll, then we all headed out. Luckily everyone was in the same boat as me and I'm sure 43 hungover/still drunk college kids was a sight to see. We were the absolute definition of the struggle bus and I'm surprised even half of us ...
... for two in the back, and ate the best vegetable soup we've ever had, a deliciously-thick melange of white beans, kale, potatoes, onions, celery, carrots, and crusted pieces of Tuscan bread. The owners of our apartment had recommended this place, and we could quickly see why; the homemade-tasting Tuscan cuisine and the setting could not be more authentic, or the prices more reasonable. We promised ourselves a return engagement! ...