Residenza Le Rondini
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A sleep in was in order after we got back quite late last night, after having an early dinner at Riomaggiore. Spent a nice day wandering around Florence, revisiting the Ponte Vecchio Bridge (noting that walkway we went through just a day or so before), discovering a huge market where the locals go to to buy their fruit, vegies and share a quick take away meal, plus some enticing cake and gelato shops.
A major success ...
... issues. The prices were really high for hotels and he advised is that there were other college students from Canada staying in the room we would be in. So we decided to take him up on the deal.
It was about a ten minute walk from the station, and he brought us all the way to the hostel, explaining that he works through other hotels through the "bureaucracy." He took down some information and have us a key. Because neither Tom not I had euros on us, we walked with the man to an ATM ...
We had the next day dedicated to florence. I want this blog to be honest, so I'll tell you we hated Florence. I mean the lookouts pretty but after being surrounded by so much natural beauty on this trip, it's hard to be excited about a place like this. There are a lot of gypsies and beggars and it's the first place I have not felt ...
... corner, and along some more. We join the end, but start chatting about whether we want to see David when it means an hour or so wait in the heat, that was already getting hot even though only morning. Luckily people come along saying for 10 euro we could skip the queue. I follow them back along the queue to the entrance to ...
This is probably just a few of the differences, and I could probably continue on forever, but I will stop there. I have learned that living a different way of life can be challenging but in the end is very rewarding and will teach you things you didn't even know were achievable. Whether living or traveling abroad, the experience will stay with you for the rest of your life so take advantage with everything you do. Differences really are just a way of living.