International Student House Florence
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... These trains can travel up to close to 300 mph.
We found our seats, 13A and 14A which were both window seats across from one another. There was a young 21 year old girl sitting next to Dana. Her name was Kata and she was from Siberia, Russia but not lives in Wurzburg, Germany. She was very talkative and lively and had lots of stories. She had just returned from ...
... seen - and I must have walked many, many miles in the past few days - has been astonishingly beautiful. Packed to gills with tourists but with one hand on my handbag and camera bag and my eyes above the shopline, that didn't bother me and I was able to ramble around at a slow pace, stopping to photograph the city's buildings and people to my heart's content.
... the Gucci emblem is an umbrella cover. These umbrella covers were placed at the door for wet umbrellas and they caught our eyes immediately. Of course, the first thought that came into our mind was 'free souvenirs!'. But we were **********e helping ourselves to the covers when a spritely young lady came over and asked if we needed ...
... is a bell tower attached to this Basilica which of course we had to climb. There are 414 steps going up in narrow passageways with people trying to go in both directions. The views of Florence at the top were spectacular so worth the effort to get up. Our stair fitness is pretty good now as everywhere has stairs!
Decided to try out the food that is particular to Florence. Had the wild boar ...
... spent the rest of the day walking Florence and admiring the River Arno, covered bridge (built for exclusive use by the Medicci family) and statues in the large open piazzos. Because of our later start and commute in, we ran short on time to see the Boboli Gardens and the Leonardo Da Vinci museum, but the kids were quite happy to discover the city unscripted, and I'd have to say it was a great way to experience ...