Hotel Ristorante Europa
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Big day today...CV n TF are getting their Amici delle Uffizi cards today. Everyone is up early and drinking coffee in preparation of the fun to come. The process of getting the cards was incredibly easy and not that expensive for students. This will allow them free access for the rest of their visit to a large number of museums. Happy art history and English lit majors. We walked past Santa Croce ...
Well I feel I have been exposed to a lot of 'willies' of late. No, it's not the infamous Italian stallions, rushing to displaying me their manhoods; it's more the marble statue variety. Of course we know that Florence is the centre for Renaissance art. It may now be obvious however that I am a bit of an ignoramus when it comes to such things. My knowledge of Michael Angelo and Dante are ashamedly, mainly coming from Dan Brown. However, even the most ...
1. A shopping bag--I used my favorite colorful bag so much it died a very hole-y death and had to be retired, but this is de rigour for any travelers who like to shop, even if for food rather than trinkets, as it is not safe to carry a big purse that also has your valuables/money in it. See picture of my retired bag and the new one that replaced it. Make sure it can be closed with a zipper that you always use so quick hands cannot get to anything inside. I use it for ...
... I had the Profitterol - chocolate dipped cream puffs. They were very tasty. John and Dale wanted an after dinner drink so the waiter suggested grappa. It was the foulest alcohol I have tasted in a long time and I can handle alot of different alochols! They thought it was terrible too but being the troopers that they are, they finished it.
That was our final dinner in Florence but we will be back. Andy loves it here and I do too.
On to Venice!
... did this alone. We then climbed the Mt Everest of Italy (well not quite). The hill that leads to the front of the Church of San Francesco where the climber, if they are still alive, get to take in one of the world's great views. In this case Florence and surrounding countryside. Absolutely stunning !! In my opinion, needless to say by now, this steep hill is more daunting that the ramp to the town of Civita (see Alan's Italy, an early show, perhaps 4 or 5, not sure). We did ...