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I would recommend this place over and over again. I told my parents that they need to stay here and anyone else that will listen to me. My sister and I have stayed in a plethora of accommodations and this was one of our absolute favorites. The staff was so helpful and friendly. Nicolette was an absolute gem. I am definitely coming back!!
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... from some where. So annoying.
Lunch done and paid for we hurry along to find the office where we have to meet our group. Its easy enough to find but the streets go by in a blur as we hurry hurry hurry.
We find Italy-on-a-budget tours and sign in. Shortly after, our tour guide David brings the van around and we are off. David is a really nice guy and is very informative about the area. Surprisingly he is a Spaniard and not a local Italian. But his girl friend is Italian ...
... 8217;re two guys, who ironically met in Mykonos, and with a bit of bullet biting, I accepted his invitation to play in Florence, and of course I had a fabulous experience, but it was time to decide the next chapter of my “choose your own adventure book” journey, and so I made the decision to buy a train ticket. Tomorrow I was going to Rome!
“When in Rome…” they say, “Do as the Romans do”.
I did, but it got me into ...
... to the amazing ceilings in each of the rooms.
I continue to be amazed at how certain art works are considered famous, while others are not. What causes Venus to be a "must see", while the piece right next to it, which could be just as magnificent is not? I remember seeing the Mona Lisa and thinking it was less than amazing. Oh well, someone thought it was!
After the Uffizi, we were ready for a break ...
For our final day in Florence, we headed out of town with a tour group to do a bike tour of Tuscany and visit a winery and olive oil producer. Forty minutes out of town in a van and we arrived at a small castle from the 1100s. The current Count owns 110 acres of land produces wine and oil from his castle. We saw the large barrels the wine is stored in during fermentation and the large millstone used to produce extra virgin olive oil. At the top of the ...
... trains - you'll be there before dinner. Where is your hostel? Good - you can see many things from there.
"Take it. No, please do. It's an investment. In culture. In young people. I can't help the whole world; today I help you. Get out of my car. Ciao!"
He stuffs the bill into my pocket, pulls up to the station, wishes me off, wishes me luck. A quick backhand to the shoulder. As I grab my back pack he leans in one last time.
"She is eternal, you know. ...