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As I write this entry for Florence I must admit it's all starting to become a blur. This may be due the alcohol content in my system but I’m pretty sure it’s more to do with the fact we’re constantly on the go.
Just like Paris, Florence is full of historic monuments covered in grand facades and mesmerising mosaics. …
... brought more comfy shoes.
We're hoping to have a ride in the hop on, hop off buses tomorrow and that should save my sore feet a bit!
Nearly tea time so will upload some photos and wander off, had a delicious meal last night at Trattoria ZaZa so much so that the Galloping Gourmet "GG" wants to go back there tonight.
By the way GGs blog is at http://blog.travelpod.com/travel-blog/w est_we_go/2/tpod.html
Nuff for now!
... creepy men, I would not walk to streets at night alone, oh hell no. The night was really fun until there were too many people, too many men, someone got in an argument, someone got their phone stolen and another girl went missing. Then we decided we should call it a night. The girl turns out had just walked home with another girl. We were looking for her for ages because she was pretty out of it and hadn't told anyone when she left. The night was a lot of fun though. ...
... to cool down in a few days and hopefully it does because our apartment is burning up. We also visited San Miniato, the church and monastery that was on top of the hill. Luckily the church walls were so think it was cook inside the church. We also explored the elaborate grave yard behind the church.
We have another long day trip tomorrow as we visit Siena.
... section. Genoa has a small sliver of the stadium that they filled with barbaric men. It reminded me of the wild dogs at the zoo, and their section seemed to be caged in very similar to the wild dogs as well.
One thing that definitely stuck out was that the stadium was majority men, and the only girls that were there were in our section. Men would stand in the aisles and throw up the middle finger at the Genoa section, as well ...