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... of town. Arriving at the Spanish step I still couldn’t wrap my head around the big deal made of these. They are steps. We thought a free walking tour couldn’t be a bad option to gain some bearings and work out the fuss over these steps. It turns out with the guide we had it was a horrendous decision and instead opted for our own wondering of the streets of Rome (the steps didn’t have any phenomenal story ...
... Chapel, and St. Peter's Basilica. The museums house some of the world most famous sculptures and artwork. It's over 4km long and very crowded. We actually paid for a tour and surprisingly got a really good deal, and a great tour. Our guide was a 65 year-old Calabrian and we bonded over both having roots in the same area. Although he may have had an ulterior motive because he also invited Jen to go on an island getaway with him. The Sistine Chapel was really cool and ...
... was I to question Davide's judgement after last night's resounding success? We sheepishly went in and was surprised to see swarms of families enjoying feasts of wine and pasta. In the kitchen I spotted what can only be described as the quintessential Italian mamma labouring over some simmering pot, probably full of great great gran's secret recipe for Bolognese. The head waiter appeared to be her husband, clean cut and stylish with a crisp collar and dignified expression. He ...
... it is world famous, most of them with a few minutes walk from the city centre. Florence, the city has more renaissance art in a square kilometre than anywhere else in the world.....easy to get around by foot, lots of boutiques and surprisingly, occasionally a small artisan shop........and like Venice always busy with tourists...... Arezzo, I never fail to visit Arezzo when I go to Florence, an hour or so by train, a great old town, wonderful square, it has two superb ...
... going to make a separate post just taking about this experience, but I am too lazy, so therefore you all have to be even more enthralled :) Once again, we got up early, leaving the convent with two of our other friends who got tickets, at 7:45 am, thinking we would be early enough to get good seats for he didn't speak until 10:30. St. Peter's Square was already packed with people when we got there, it was amazing that we got the great seats that we did. We sat right in the ...
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