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... When you lock it (as any smart American who just had her credit cards stolen would do), the lock moves further and locks a second time. In our attempts to unlock the door, we had managed to lock it a third time. Evidently, in Italy you can lock a door multiple times versus the simple "lock" and "unlock" to which we Americans are familiar. I explained this was foreign to us, and he insisted no one ever has problems unless they're Asian. He then asked ...
Caught the early water bus and train with no problems! Played bridge on the train and then researched Florence. Discovered that the two main Firenze museums are closed on Mondays. Decided to catch a train mid-afternoon to Rome rather than spending a night in Florence! We did go to the Basilica -- outside very ornate and inside it was the plainest church we have seen. People of Firenze built it because they wanted ...
In the built environment class we took a class visit to palazzo davanzati. It was a very cool place. It had trap doors from the second floor to the front door so that if intruders came in, they could throw things at them to protect the house! We got our first quizzes back for the class as well and I got a 98!! Between classes I was able to grab lunch with a friend! We had family dinner again and we had delicious chicken fetituniti ...
... some dinner, our last in Italy, sadly. Florence truly is my favourite city in Italy, easy to navigate, sights are close to each other, I am yet to find a bad gelato or pizza in this place, and there is just so much beauty. You can't help but feel inspired by the spirit of the renaissance, the beauty of the art collected by the de Medicis, the colourful mosaic and grandeur of the Duomo and the buzz on the streets. My top tips for visiting Florence ...
... the heavens opened up once more, so we sought cover in a nearby cafe for coffee and a little light lunch which was mainly bread, tomato and mozzarella cheese, very nice. We then carried on around the town buying some baby clothes for Emma's new baby Tobias, before catching the train back to Pisa, where it appears the sun has been shining all day. Oh well can't have it all. Later on the camp experienced a power cut so we lost our Internet connection for the evening, ...