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Travel Blogs from Florence
After a hot morning of travel, we walked from the Florence Train Station to the hotels, enjoying the sights along the way. Florence really is a beautiful city. The streets are full of vendors, shops, a lot less traffic than Rome, and beautiful churches, statues, and museums. Upon arriving at our hotel, we were greeted with a very pleasant surprise. A free upgrade to a two room ...
... a regular basis. Most people choose to buy souvenir items like fridge magnets and postcards, many of which are made in China and factory printed in bulk. I was observing the artists painting at their small table along the bridge and I admire their passion and dedication to their work. Most fine art artists don't earn much I guess. I remember when I had to choose after the first year in art school in Singapore on which course to take, people tell me if you ...
... for her, I've been missing home a fair bit the last few weeks and I was keen as a bean to see her. So we got to our apartment which jac had booked at about 10. The place was sweet as! It cost us about $50 a night each and it was pretty lush. S the first day we just had a relaxing day just sleeping and catching up, went for a stroll and sat on the Spanish steps and ate gelato, then went to dinner. Later that night we both became ill and that pretty much was the end of Rome for ...
... I was hitting walls from laughing so hard, which (if you know me) is the biggest compliment I can give to an individual…. If I'm slapping floors, tables random objects, you must be a hoot
Nicolo: Leo's friend who is an lawyer in Florence, has hair like Jesse from Family House, and who's favorite statement was "What the F***" but said in an Italian accent so it was less offensive than usual and definitely more along the lines of hilarious… He also had a great sense of ...
... place for dinner (what a difference it makes when a local tells you where to eat than being tourist wondering around like we had in Rome).
We get a car tomorrow and off to Cortona (the place that the movie/book Under the Tuscan Sun was based in) for our final week. My sister is joining us from Bangkok so we are super excited for this next week, although in shock as to how fast the weeks are flying by.
Talk to you soon from the countryside of Tuscany... Leah
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed