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... before traveling south for to Sicily. Gary and I will spend a week in Sicily; Lois and Larry an additional week tracking down where her father Fred Bonnell spent a year providing medical care to the Canadian troops during WWII
Down to the last straws now...which books, which shoes, what jacket what three pair of trousers etc. Since we are moving around and on trains for a few of the legs traveling light and being able to lift it by yourself are ...
We arrived in Florence on warm and sunny day and checked into our BnB which was located very close to the Duomo! We both instantly liked Florence, for some reason I thought it was going to be very similar to Rome in terms of layout but it was actually a lot more condensed. There were A LOT of tourists, but a lot of the areas were pedestrian only zones making it much more enjoyable to stroll through the streets.
We stopped ...
... we hot and hungry. It had been a long day and I was ready for bed. Fortunately Laura, Lisa, and Chanelle, all of whom I was sharing a room with, were also ready for bed so an early night was the cards for us.
TUESDAY 16 JULY
As we hadn't had any free time in Florence and the drive to Rome wasn't a long one, we were given the morning free to explore the city. Laura, Lisa, Lauren, Lauren, Maddy, Siobhan, and I wanted to check out the local markets. Unfortunately ...
... arriving in Florence around 7.00pm. Simone (John) our BnB host was waiting to welcome us and show us around. Off to the local pizzeria ( starting to look like a pizza :)) and home to bed.
John is showing us how to get to the train station at 8.30 in the morning, so we’re off to trample Florence for the day.
... a food blog.
The mark of the restaurant's authenticity was the lack of english on the menu, unlike the places closer to the Duomo. I have a goal to try to only eat at small places, where the food is better and cheaper and the people friendlier. I have also found that the stereotype of friendly italians has been confirmed over and over. The convenience and comfort of target is to be regretted, but ...