Tourist House Vittorio Ricci
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- Non-smoking hotel
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- Pets allowed
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When we woke up in the palace this morning the sky was heavy with cloud. We had breakfast and checked out after a quick tour of the hidden apartments downstairs. One of the rooms was the secret meeting place of the revolutionary society of the Carbonari, who tried to change the Italian government and eventually caused the unification of Italy, and …
The train ride to Firenze on the FrecciaArgento (Silver Streak….are you kidding me with this). I expect Gene Wilder to show up at any moment. Flying through the Italian countryside at 245 KPH is something everyone should do at least once in their lives; ALSO do it slowly with purpose as well. In any event, the green mountains covered with trees slip by your window; giving you a peek at the REAL Italy. Every ...
... contact with are like minded souls, all I have met whilst travelling.
I feel caged now, I want so badly to go for a run, to kick the footy, do something that I'm good at to feel a bit more cheery and forget the throbbing pain in my knee. I think I see some things happening within the group, from my observations James wants Victoria, Victoria wants Eduardo, I want something new but I'm not sure what. I couldn't be bothered with people earlier this morning, I ...
... off, and for me this was one of them. I think I did two or three projects on this one volcano explosion throughout my high school years. It saved on the research. I’m sure one of them even involved some paper mache – mum will definitely remember, as she was the paper mache queen of 6 Verdon St. Pompeii was incredibly well preserved. The auditorium, the main square and many of the streets were preserved and there for ...
... back down into the city, which meant we got lost in a garden maze on our way, and were going to climb the tower of Duomo, but were too late to do so. Instead we went for a lovely dinner then saw the sunset over the Ponte Vecchio, then went for gelato and took the long way back to our B&B. Today was great, and calm, and we walked a lot, though not as much as in a busy day in Rome. I thoroughly enjoyed today and can't wait to see ...