Villa Alle Rampe
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... equally unbelievable. I really envy people that live in Florence for the food itself! The portions were generous as well, and my stomach literally hurt from eating it all!
We walked from ZaZa to Sarah's friends house to hang out for the night. On our way, we crossed over the bridge and passed Ponte Veccio, which is the oldest bridge in Florence again. It's a gorgeous scene at night, with the shops reflecting in the water. With the weather being warm, I wouldn't have minded sitting out there all ...
... and the Grapes). A very nice lunch of bruschetta style plates washed down with a local rosé. The beauty of this place is the usual story - if you are happy to go even 20m off the tourist track, there are amazing local experiences to be had (albeit welcoming tourists with open arms) without the hustle and bustle. This time, the food was unexpected (but as always, fresh and tasty), the wine cheap and delicious, and the staff friendly. After that, a stroll ...
... main square, the Piazza della Signoria, which is now a mecca for the hordes of tourists who pay homage every day.
Via dei Calzaiuoli was packed with people on this gorgeous Saturday morning, and we passed many inviting gelato emporia along the way, one of which had mounds of the various flavors piled-up in display cases. Dee also discovered several interesting stores before we reached the Church of Orsanmichele, a former grain warehouse converted to ...
... town - 15 miles)
95) While visiting a local Italian beach, be prepared to see LOTS of speedos and naked people (this goes for men, women, and CHILDREN)
96) Learning to travel very frugally with clothing will become a habit and you will learn how to pack for a weekend trip (including shoes) in just a book bag - Instead of three duffle bags and a purse
97) Showering is a non existent thing in Italy (Once a week) for most locals
98) Trying to stay in contact ...
... lunch being amazing pizza that we found in a wee lane then headed to the train station to catch our bus to go on our wine tour. While we were waiting we witnessed two homeless drunk people perhaps in their fifties who were sprawled all over the footpath. Then as they stood up she dropped her pants and squatted against the wall - standing up too, then he preceded to do the same in the same spot!!! A great Birthday memory for years to come! There ...