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... appreciating the natural view and tranquility at this stage of the trip - we are touristed out by tourists - and we enjoyed the rain with our balcony doors open. At 6pm the temperature was still a pleasant 22'. We had wondered if 5 days in Cinque Terre may be too long - it won't be from where we sit at present. The other good news is that we do have wifi and it works better than any other place we've stayed at so we are keen to Skype the family. Also the ...
We headed towards gusto pizza for dinner and found a little plaza called san spirit which with the wind would bring smells of pee but it was nice place since it blocked off the wind most of the time. We chilled until we got the most amazing pizzas ever.
That night we went to the Lion's den which the most american bar in the world with college shirts on the ceiling. Once again Florence at night is ...
Up at 3:45 for a 5:00 pickup downstairs and a short walk. Really...Friday night...actually Saturday morning after the clubs close is quite noisy...I had planned to sleep until 4:00, but a group of partying American kids decided that since the clubs were closed, they would party below our 4th floor window...they may not have been sober...but at least I was up and in the shower before the alarm scared the neighbors. Getting two suitcases (even our 21" ones) down in the two ...
... Italian cities is for sale. There are minimal open/green spaces in Florence (and Venice) to lay and do nothing. In fact, in Venice we were moved along for sitting on the steps of the San Marco Piazza. Florence is similar.... The numerous and expansive shady spots to rest and enjoy were originally created for the aristocrats or royalty, so they were designed to keep people out, not invite people in, (Brett says that this is "counter-Australian"). ...
... strikes my interest, as it is highly comparable to rice in Asian countries. It is somehow similar to broken rice (Cơm Tấm), as the grains are very small; yet the taste is chewier.
Next entry – Venice – coming soon!
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― Lao ...