Locanda Starlight Hostel
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... movie in bed, I'm happy with it all. I have a little less than three months left, and I can't wait to see what else is in store for me.
Things that I have to look forward to:
-Carnevale next weekend in Viareggio
-Weekend in Rome
-Weekend in Prague
-Spring Break in Paris, Madrid, and Polignano a Mare
-My mom coming to visit(!)
-Weekend in Cinque Terre
-Weekend in Croatia
Yep, I'd definitely say the pro's outweigh the con's.
... experience. Without too much drama, only one loud horn from memory, we managed to find where we planned to park. We dropped our car off and headed to see our old mate Dave.
We had been told by many people that we should go to the statue of David when we were in Florence, we took their advice but we weren't really expecting too much, we were pleasantly surprised. It was really impressive and we were ...
... the Germans occupied Florence this was the only bridge they didn't destroy for their getaway route.
We then walked onto a square where there were statutes of Florentine people who had achieved great things in history. For example Galileo was there. Apologies for not remembering the name I'm writing this on a drive day and the guide is in my bag. There was one statue of Americus the guide said it was actually the Italians who discovered America. I'd never ...
... We enjoy a nice lunch and watch the people stroll by with their families and shopping bags. After, we head back to Hotel Panorama to check in and see about wifi access (obviously it works but not in our room on the 5th floor). Tomorrow we meet with representatives from SRISA (art institute) and get some contact meetings with the local Slow Food offices so I can explore the cultural marketing approach to European products and how it corresponds to my ...
... the road.. even going the wrong way around a traffic circle was enough to freak us out! The views of the Toscana countryside, with the hills and little villages, wine farms and Martini Rosso's mansion (with its 365 windows - one for every day of the year) made us fall even more inlove with this beautiful country.. 35 minutes later we reached our camping site, checked in to our bungalow and ...