Tourist House Vittorio Ricci
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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Our hotel was a two bedroom apartment with a washing machine and kitchen. Nice and spacious, great location, right near the Duomo, walking distance to everything.
... I do not know. This definitely has been a struggle at times, but it is also really cool to start to pick up on some common sentences and phrases. My Italian class is also helping a lot as our teacher knows that we need to learn the basic ideas of the Italian language to maneuver our way through restaurants and markets. Just yesterday I had an Italian presentation where I had to say my name, major, age, where I live, who I live with, what classes ...
... the heat was crazy hot. Today was meant to get to about 36 degrees. We headed back to our room to have a cold shower, relax and sleep.
At about 6:30pm we went back out and the temputure was still 34 degrees, and you could tell it was a really hot day just by seeing foot prints in the pavement. We stopped at a pizza place, and it had to be the worst we have had so far. Such a shame for our last night in Florence. Looking forward to Cinque Terre tomorrow.
... We stumbled across a cute little wine shop that had the sign "Happy Hour" put the front. We went in, sat around another barrel, and ordered a glass of Prosecco for 3€ each and was served a plate of food to nibble on. Everything was so nice we ordered the same again. A little bit happy we went and grabbed dinner at a Chinese restaurant around the corner so we could both get a serving of vegetables, ...
... sinned and were therefore laid to rest right outside the front of the church. The name "Limbo" of course comes from the concept of a place that isn't quite into Heaven, yet far from the underworld.
We next walked into the Piazza del Duomo - when approaching it is quite a shock, come from in between two buildings toward the square, step out into the open and "boom!" there is 3rd largest church in the world, which was 5 times ...