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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Pets allowed
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Our trip today took us from the hostel in Milan to the Vespa museum, about 40 minutes west of Florence (John will write about this in another entry), to our accommodation in Campi Bisenzio, which is a township just west of Florence.
Our hotel was hard to find, but well worth it once we got there. It's located on a piazza (a small square/ …
... stated publicly that he was wrong about the whole earth rotating aroung the sun thing. Fifty years earlier, someone else had said something similar but chose not to recant and so was burned to death.
When he died in 1642, supporters wanted him buried at a church where his ancestors were located but the church objected so he was buried nearby for a while. Almost 100 years later he was allowed to be placed in ...
... sleep off the rest of my hangover. I got up at about 7pm. Showered then headed down to the hostel restaurant for dinner. I ordered the bruschette which was not good at all and the lasagne which I couldn't even stomach. Before I left Gosling came down and ordered some dinner too and we organised to meet up the next day to go site seeing together.
The next day I woke feeling a hundred percent better and met Gosling in the lobby of our hostel. On the map ...
We left Rome on an extremely comfortable fast train to Florence. The trip took just under an hour and a half as we were travelling at 250km most of the time. We travelled through some nice farming country and saw a lot of sunflowers in head. We arrived in Florence at about 11.35am and then had to get to our accommodation. Bron had booked when we were in Dalby, after looking at lots of penziones etc in the old part of town, when a wotif special on ...
... and act like that.
For my Food, Culture and Society of Italy class, we went on a field trip to the market on Tuesday. It’s a huge indoor facility with a ton of different vendors selling fresh fruit and vegetables, meat, pastries, spices, olive oils, wines, etc. It’s crazy how different their grocery shopping is compared to ours. People also go to the market to sit down and eat lunch too. They have all sorts of dishes freshly prepared and a ...