Fattoria Di Maiano
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... dropped off and Jen took us on a two hour walking tour through Rome's sights from the Spanish steps to the Colosseum. We were again approached many times to buy selfie-sticks. Jen shouted us three scopes of gelato from a shop near the Pantheon which had 120 flavours. It was delicious gelato. In practise for tomorrow we caught two metro trains to meet our bus which took us to a camping ground. At ...
Different from many of the piazzas and cathedrals I've seen in Florence, the Ponte Vecchio is a beautiful bridge crossing the river that runs through the center of the city. The view from this bridge is astounding, I don't think I've seen anything like ...
... but it was really cool with the different graves and memorials.
Tuesday, I had class all day so they all went to Venice for the day, which they said they enjoyed. Wednesday afternoon, we went to the Florence American War Cemetery, which is about a 20 minute bus ride from the city. Here, they have about 4,000 American soldiers buried who died during the second wave of the Italian campaign in WWII. The tour guides said that many families had the choice of ...
This morning we headed to the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore - otherwise referred to as the 'Duomo' - a magnificent building smack in the centre of Firenze and impossible to miss! Its construction began in 1296 and took nearly 150 years to complete resulting in a distinctive red-tiled 'cupola' dome and 'campanile' bell tower - the neo-Gothic facade itself is in a pink, white and green marble and simply gorgeous!
Well our mission was to climb ...
... When we arrived at the hotel, some inconsiderate idiot had left the gate open on one of the floors, which prevented the lift from coming down. Ivy climbed up the stairs to Hotel Fiorita's reception which was on the third floor, and the reception staff came to help us get the lift moving and assist us with our luggage. Press ...