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We left Venice on Wednesday and made our way to Florence via a quick stop in Pisa. We had about 30 minutes to get our dorky tourist photos and avoid the crazy men selling selfie sticks. They are literally everywhere and yell weird stuff at you like "lady Gaga chicka boom boom". Not sure if this is their sales strategy but it doesn't seem to be working. We arrived in Florence in the afternoon and we're all pretty stoked to be staying in a nice hotel! ...
... off the horse keeps racing. It's then all aboard and off to Rome. We visit a church in Siena also but as that is the norm I didn't feel the need to highlight it. Our hotel this evening is the Sheraton which is very nice. Our farewell dinner was held in a very nice part of Rome near the American Embassy and the meal did not disappoint, Amedeo had organised a very special meal and of course numerous bottles of fabulous Italian ...
... building is a copy of the David statue. The real one used to stand here, but is now safely kept at the Accademia Gallery. We managed to find the Duomo on our travels. We weren't trying to find these things as we were booked in to do a Florence Walking Tour in the morning and wanted to discover the wonders of Florence while learning the stories about them. We happened to pass by several leather shops which we visited in order to develop an idea about ...
... came into view, but after a few more minutes we got to the lawn and could take in the whole thing. After innumerable photos and one attempted cheer stunt later we left the tower lawn and headed to lunch. Most of us had pizza, others pasta. I had a salami pizza. After lunch we walked back to catch the train into Florence. Again, I napped. Once in Florence we picked up ...
While Deigh and Chloe stayed in the van to rest up, Alyssa, Janae, Mikey, Jay, Jacques, and I explored the town briefly. There were tons of tiny shops that we didn’t have time to peruse, yet another excuse to return to San Gimigagno. From a street vendor, I bought of bag of freshly made paper-thin cookies that had a touch of an anise flavor. Giacomo ate them up.
The highlight of ...