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... you rub the snout to ensure a return trip. The other thing you do is put a coin in its mouth. The coin must then fall out into the fountain grate below and you will have good luck. Of course we did both. :) Our final stop was the famous, ah..there I go again, Ponte Vecchio bridge. The neatly 1000 year old bridge was the only bridge not destroyed in Florence during WWII. Today, like a large part of downtown Florence, it is full of high ...
... somewhat of a blur, with the certain knowledge that it was definitely worth it.
The brain was reeling after all this culture, so retired to a pub at the edge of the piazza to recuperate. Definitely a pub, they had cider. Enjoyed the water vapour blowing from the cafe next door and watched kids playing soccer
Out to dinner at a local restaurant recommended by the concierge. Most enjoyable.
... we saw a marching band, artists in Repubblica, and there was all sorts of stuff to buy. It was one of the coolest nights I've had here.
Wednesday we didn't have class because it was May Day. I was supposed to go to Milan to get my dad's watch but we realized the store wouldn't be open, so instead I stayed here and got some work done.
Thursday some of Alex's friends got here to celebrate her birthday, which is tomorrow. We went out to dinner at Tre ...
We just finished our last meal in Florence. The bags are mostly packed and we leave in the morning. A cople thoughts on this leg of the trip.
1. It is good to know that if you know just 5 words in the native language and you have the right high level inflection for everything else in English, you are fine.
2. There is no bad Italian food in Italy. All the meals were great. If your budget for the trip is limited, skip the wine list and go ...
... as fugitives.
The highway system in Italy is perhaps the least developed in any European highway system we have driven on so far. Beyond that, the drivers are completely nuts. Either a driver is crawling along in the right lane at walking pace or on your bumper laying on the horn as if to let you know that the back of your car is on fire. Construction barriers are erected with no activity in sight and the off-camber turns through the hills of Tuscany had me jumping on ...