Hotel Cosimo de' Medici
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... before having an afternoon snack and burning some time at a cafe. The time came to make our way to where we were meeting the lady to take us to our Italian cooking class. We arrived at the school which was a medium sized room with a big table in the front and steel benches with stoves at the back. It said that we could have up to 12 people in the class which would have been pretty cramped but we were lucky to only have us two and another two girls similar ...
... port town that always had a lot of visitors so there is a lot of letters and pictures from travelers as to what Pompeii was like before the eruption in 79ad Leaving Pompeii we travelled back north to Florence on the same motorway we took when we left Rome. A quiet day on the coach today. It is good to just take on the scenery. We arrived at our hotel in Florence at around 6:00. We had been warned that the ...
... my strong interest in teaching English that I had coming into the program has quickly transformed into a sort of anxious excitement that wants to get out. In fact, I so badly want to start actual teaching that I have to remind myself that I am not yet qualified and, therefore, must continue to put all of my energy into the course in order to find success afterwards.
I will admit that my initial interest in teaching English stemmed directly from my basic desire ...
... I just can’t get enough of this cheese here.
Next was a traditional secondi with plates of fried meats. There was sausage, ribs and some sort of poultry that wasn’t chicken but that tasted similar to chicken. It weirded me out to eat it because you could see the little hairs on it, but I tried it none the less.
Both of the main courses came with their own kinds of wine to try as well, so if you were keeping count, this meant ...
... even our GPS couldn't find it. The B&B was located in a restricted area where only pedestrians could occupy the streets (although cab drivers went through these roads anyway). Florence was definitely not a good place the drive the car. This is the area where Italian drivers start to get a bit crazy. Downtown is densely packed together with apartments and buildings, the streets were very very crowded with tourists and the drivers were much more aggressive. It was stressful ...