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Travel Blogs from Florence
The last night in the hostel was quite an experience. Not for me really cos I heard the story afterwards. On this night, There is a guy from Hong Kong, an African guy, Salvatore and another guy who we knew later that he is Italian. He didn't speak much during the day so we didn't know where he's from. First of all, every night the boys snored. One after another, like an orchestra. I had to listen to my mp3 almost full volume ...
... You can definitely get lost in it and there are so many things to see here. Since this is a museum, they don't let you take photos. We did pass by the Vasari Corridor, but cannot go through it. A lot of rooms were not open to the public due to construction and such so there were some rooms that we did not get to see.
When we were done, we sat outside of the piazza for a bit before we got ourselves some gelato ...
We took a train to Florence from Rome, about a 1 1/2 hour ride. On the way, we noticed that there were two guys and a dog hiding in the bathrooms. We told security and they checked it out, got the guys out of the bathrooms and kept them aside. A security guard smiled and gave us a thumbs up sign. Not sure what it was about, but it was intriguing! They probably were just trying to catch a free ...
... that I had gone to back in September with Eilene and Jim, the couple from Scotland. In this department store, you take the elevator to the 5th floor and then walk up the stairs through the café and up to the roof. There are several tables, some with umbrellas for shade, and of course that incredible view of the Duomo.
It was busier today but I was able to get a table in the sun. Shortly after I ordered (a large water and a teeny tiny sandwich) ...
... colourful Tuscan style ceramic home wares. There was also an awesome coffee shop and bakery selling the most mouthwatering goods, just near the town entrance, where Chris enjoyed a macchiato and I a hazelnut and chocolate concoction which was unbelievable. Peculiarly, throughout the town we saw various stuffed wild boars, and shops selling wild boar salamis and other produce. Um, no thanks. We then stopped for lunch and ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Pets allowed