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For our last day in Florence we started the day meeting our guide Sylvia in front of the hotel. Sylvia gave us an explanation on what the green, red, and white marble mean as we toured the city. Green representing hope, red representing charity and the white representing faith; these colours are also the colours of the Italian flag. We also visited …
This morning we headed our of Venezia and into Firenze. After a rather interesting start to our morning travel, we headed by coach into Florence and added to our sleep as has become a pattern on our trip before our lunch. We then began our afternoon tour of l'Accademia and the Uffizi gallery. The Statue of David is 15ft tall and every bit as …
... reception since classes start on Monday!! A group of us are going and then who knows what we will do next! Hopefully I will be able to get a good night's sleep tonight!! Tomorrow we have a cooking class and then a guided tour of the city, which will be awesome!
Unsure when I will post again but if any of you were curious as to what I've been up to, here it is! Also some things I've learned since I have been here:
... bar in the south of the city. When we asked the people at the hostel, they knew exactly what we were talking about and directed us to All'Antico Vinaio. It was a bit of a trek, but boy was it worth it! The most amazing sandwich I have ever had. This is a family run business, serving simple, delicious food. I could have eaten sandwiches from All'Antico Vinaio for the rest of the trip if we had had the opportunity!
... be brought into the greenhouse in colder weather) and herbs (never knew bay leaves grew in such a big bush). We also got to see the wine cellars, with the various wines in huge oak barrels. The owners cellar was filled with his impressive collection of wine, along with a cellar for the wild boar meat - prosciutto (thighs) and salamis. Following the tour, we enjoyed a five course meal and wine tasting, We sat at a table with two couples from California. ...