Travel Blogs from Florence
... neither worked too well, but I coped.
We spent our time in Florence itself (a 45 minute drive from the campsite) on foot. Initially we had a tour guide which was really good because I had no idea what I was looking at. Turns out Florence is a very interesting place. We saw where Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci and Galileo lived and created some masterpieces (e.g. we saw the house where the telescope was developed in the top floor - ...
... a couple of blocks away which was recommended by Gabriella. Wine, bruschetta, pasta, and more pasta... delicioso!! And, by the way, eating in Italy is very civilized. First, there is no rush... you drink some wine, eat at your leisure, and just take the time to enjoy. In the states, when you order an appetizer and an entree, they'll sometimes just bring the entree out before you are done with the appetizer. Not in Italy. There is a true separation ...
... get lost, it makes the trip an adventure, or at least that's what I keep telling myself. =)
I walk thank the lord all downhill with my 40 pounds strapped to my back.
I found it, my parking place, and of course, I need to trek up three flights of stairs. Much to my shock I made it, and was met by Lorenzo the owner and operator of this Hostel. Can I just tell you - this man is to funny. He has Russel Peters Quotes on the wall, ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Accademia Florence
The experience of a lifetime
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