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... cuts and sews her amazing creations. She shares the apartment with her boyfriend Giulio (who just opened a bar)...and they rent out two of the other bedrooms on AirBnB. We met a mother and daughter from Chicago who were also traveling together. We found a great little restaurant where the Prosecco was only €2.50 a glass!! ...A bargain I thought...but my excitement at finally being in Italy clouded my ...
... and carts, hay and tourists spread out in miniature. We got to see a lot of Italian humour today, and met some really nice people, using gesture and facial expressions and voices to get us laughing at the steep steps of the bell tower, the view looking down, or the expensive tourist shops down the road. Our afternoon visit was to the place I had come to Florence to visit- the Uffizi. What I really wanted to see was the Birth of Venus, ...
... and parking so hard to come by that having a large car can only be incredibly stupid or incredibly vain, I can’t decide which. Maybe both!
Anyway, I spent 2½ days in Venice with Ally Hirst (she was travelling with a friend in Italy for a few weeks). It was fabulous to have a friend in this part of the world and be able to catch up! Florence to Venice is a very easy 2-hour high speed train journey. Travelling solo as it was a girl’s catchup, meant that ...
... We go to the counter at the gate....may as well try...finally flight is closed and they can make a decision, 5 passengers have not answered the last call so we are on....run down the ramp and onto the plane - all in 5 separate seats throughout the plane!!!....still not going well! Luckily passengers could be moved so the kids were with at least Draz or Gav.....man that was stressful!!!! It's been non stop since we left the apartment at ...
... 20 min to get to middle; 10 minutes here taking pictures; 25 min more to get to the top; lots of time taking pictures and enjoying the view; 20 min to walk down.)
(TIP: dome climb opened at 8:30; only about ten people in line, and so much cooler than later in the day)
Definitely worth climbing the 463 steps to see the paintings up close--extremely moving!!