Residenza Le Rondini
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... gelato shop on a side street off the main shopping street. It's called Perche No? (Why Not?) Such a perfect name for such a perfect food, no?
Inside the choices were fewer than in the larger shops and were divided by fruit flavors (non milk-based) and milk-based flavors. You can ask for a taste before ordering which is part of the fun. I chose raspberry and coconut, two of my faves.
As usual ...
... dome and to get some perspective of the climb we had done the previous day. The rest of the day was taking in the sights and atmosphere of Florence on a Sunday. Families (and their dogs of all shapes and sizes) walking around, shopping and meeting with friends over coffee. When one lives in an apartment it makes sense to be out and about when the weather is so perfect.
Florence is a very photogenic city, hence the dozens of ...
... interesting, fun and affordable. I have insider information like where the best food markets are to get quality produce (Piazza delle Cure), how to get around the city (the daunting auto bus system) and the best places to shop for household items (we just got back from a quick drive to a discount supermarket closely resembling an Aldi).
Since I began traveling to places like Italy and Switzerland with my family years ago, I ...
... Lady Gaga, Shakira, Spice Girls, Skinny, and also, "OMG look at that butt"!
72) Ice Cubes are almost non existent - No ice makers
73) No oven to bake nummy things! Some apartments have them, but I just wasn't spoiled enough
74) You will never eat another banana, apple, canned corn, pasta, or pizza in your entire life - because trust me...that's all we eat
75) You will have to ask your parents for money no matter how much you have put away in your bank ...
... but mostly getting deliberately lost for my own amusement I noticed a church was open to the public. This is queer, says I, but I stopped because I heard the strains of organ music coming from within. I wander in with my usual guilty thrill whenever I enter a church, and read in my very basic understanding of written Italian that the church is having an organ recital tonight as a way of training their organist. I sit down, this thousand year old church is ...