Camping Village Il Poggetto
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... to head down to the river for some lunch, at our restaurant we meet a nice man from New Jersey he's very chatty and I'm extremely hungry so I get slightly irritated. He asks if he can take a photo of us... It seems like everyone wants photos of us today. After lunch we wander to some other points of interest the guy from the hostel had indicated on our map. I have no idea what they are because he told us so much and I couldn't absorb all the information but I ...
... was really lovely and the apartments beautiful - and at the designated time headed back, not confident that we would be able to get on the tour as we had not signed up for it. We needn't have worried, as it turned out that we were the only people who turned up for the tour. So we ended up with our own private tour (for free, and no expectation of a tip). The guide explained the styles of the different furniture, why each room ...
... lemoncello. We tried to pay and leave but the owner kept filling up our glasses with lemon cello, 3 times! Was awesome! Eventually we got going headed to Spaceclub, to see Bec again and to party some more. Bec looked pretty wrecked, she’d had a stressful day were two of her clients had disappeared for a day. We danced in the upstairs disco, when Bec took me into the VIP section, I was her contiki bus driver ;). We got a photo taken which then 5 minutes later was put up on all the ...
... it making it look as it was dripping a purple liquid. Amazing to see... We then wandered a bit an ended up in the center of the Uffizi Gallery Museum. It was a pretty cool set up as well... We continued walking and eventually ended up overlooking the Arno River which we walked and window shopped at all the little stores we passed. Some cool stuff, a **** ton of leather goods, all a bit overpriced of course... This broke fool ain't ...
... well, I tried. Enjoy the picture anyway! I walked from there to another piazza which I don't recall the name because I lost my map! Arr! It had crowds of people! Wait. I think it was Piazza Vecchio. Beautiful old building and the detail was incredible. There was another museum here but the line ups were way too long. It is culture week in Italy and all state museums are free. No there are tons of students and class trips happening this week. Everyone knows how ...