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Hi everyone, we are departing our hotel for our journey to Venice on a high speed train. We had a wonderful dinner last night at our favourite Cafe owned by Toni. He makes his favourite dishes for us. He is a high energy guy, he is writing a cook book. He travels to LA USA Nov-February. He was kind and loving to us cooking his private recipe ...
On my flight from Zurich to Florence I met another student with API who sat next to me on the plane. It was nice to have someone arriving in Florence with me who was going to the same place. When all of our luggage was collected and we had found the API leaders, they put us on a beautiful coach bus and took us to our hotel! Seeing Florence through the bus windows was beautiful but I cannot wait to explore more ...
... It was just so lovely. There were green shutters on all the windows and every building was a soft red brick. We toured a very nice looking Church, one of the nicest ones I have seen so far. I think the Kardashians were inspired by it because the colour scheme in the Church was much like the color scheme of their houses: black and white. This is unusual because no church I have seen no far has the colour black in it but this church was decorated from floor to ceiling in amazing ...
... leather bags. We also found a huge grocery market right in the middle of this crazy scene of bartering! Anything from fresh fruit and veggies, to seafood, cheese, and wine! (DID I MENTION HOW CHEAP THE WINE IS HERE!! I have bought a bottle for 1.50 Euro.) We
may have found our new "grocery store" rather then the little shops on
every street! We also might come home the new Wino's in America ;) Hope you are all enjoying my blog so far!
... we went for a walkabout to see the city, snap a few photos and watch the people in the different palazzos. This is by far the largest city we have been but it has cool cobblestone streets and old buildings. A different, bigger city feel from the others we have visited thus far. An added bonus is we have a nice little wine bar right across the street/alley from our hotel which serves a great variety of tasty Italian wines.....YUMMY!