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... incredibly friendly. They smile and politely correct you when you botch their language and they say grazie (thank you) ALL THE TIME!! You don't get that in the US. On New Years Eve while walking back to our hotel we heard a teenager yell F*** YOU to someone, and even that seemed polite with an Italian accent lol.
As we say goodbye to Rome we welcome new adventures in a unique artistic city. Tomorrow we will have our first day in Florence.
... out of class 30 minutes early! I have found my new homework space as well. San Lorenzo is right down the street from my classes, and there is a secluded place with stairs leading to the side of the church. It's perfect because not many people walk those stairs and the only Internet access we get is the city wifi which we are only allowed two hours on a day, and it's not very reliable anyway. Perfect place, and since its way closer to my classes than my apartment I ...
... statue of Michaelangelo at the hilltop and overlook the city of Florence. The rooftops across the city are light terra cotta orange, a beautiful old color that matches the personality of Florence. Before dinner, we go to the leather merchant Misuri and The Gold Market at the Piazza Santa Croce. Henry and I treat ourselves to some nice items at both shops. Maria at the Gold Market and Gugga at the ...
... to walk the streets of the natives and almost voyeuristically watch how others’ live. Tiny coffee shops where they stop in the morning for their very small cup of strong coffee, accompanied by some sort of pastry – that’s breakfast – and usually eaten standing up and chatting with the barista or other locals. Tiny grocery stores jostled for position with shoe shops, clothes shops, 'technology’ shops and the ...
... Josh and I continued with the Jones’ to Santa Croce and our shoppers went to work in the leather markets of San Lorenzo. That can only end one way – with purchases that will be hard to fit into the car when I pack it tomorrow. But so it is! Our team makes it to Santa Croce (more leather) and we decide to have a look at Michaelangelo's tomb under Santa Croce, but it is closed (Italian time – back again at 2.30) We bid ...