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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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... the vegetables to tie them and make them stand up.
After class I went home, since we got out early. I ate and Meghan and I went to a program about fitting into the Florentine culture. When we got to the church, everyone was sitting in a circle and the group was small, so I didn't know how to take the presentation. We actually introduced ourselves and it worked out well.
We learned some useful tips at the meeting, like: how to ...
This morning I did a few errands and then went to ballet! It was so nice to be able to go back to my apartment for lunch, and to not spend 15 euro (about $25) a day for lunch and then another 15 euro for dinner!! I did go grocery shopping this morning and spent about $50, but that food is going to last me at least a week!!! It comes out to be like $2 a meal! After my wonderfully cheap and delicious lunch I went to Italian class and then finished the day doing homework and crafts ...
... outside a museum and sat outside in the shade for a while, then we walked to our place again and stayed out of the sun a bit more, walked to the place where the statue of David is, then found a cafe and had a drink, stayed there for a while then walked round finding cheap ice cream (double scoop again, mango and cherry), and sat outside a museum which had an orchestra playing til 11ish which was nice to listen to and relax, then came back to our room, Venice ...
Ciao, sono Brian. I'm a little behind on the blog. We just got home from our second night in Firenze and it was molto bene! But, I've had little time to write about our first meal because i've been fairly exhausted and, well, I'd rather be in the city... So after we walked over the Ponte Vecchio, we came across a little trattoria called La Casalinga. At first, I was a little worried that the server only spoke italian, because he did not ...