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Travel Blogs from Montecatini Terme
... Churches and chapels are everywhere and so are eateries, bars and restaurants. Towards the middle of town is Piazza Anfiteatro. As the name says it used to be an Amphitheatre. But these days its a full circle of buildings surrounding the Piazza with an archway for access in the north, south, east and west. The Piazza Napoleone is at present closed off for their Annual music festival
with big names like Leonard Cohen, Neil Young, Nick Cave ...
... you is very good price.' Is what he said. I relented and said ok. As soon as I said ok he offered 2 for 10 when mum decided that she would like one too at that price. As mum does she was talking and talking -a mix of Italian, English, Maltese, and Arabic. I think he knows our life story now. That is the story of how I came to own a 5 Euro 'oil painting'. We finally discovered where the good Italian food is. Birreria Centrale. It's tiny and ...
... guide. (Jonathan and I almost got in a fight with some guy pushing us. We both started yelling at him.) By the end of those museums, we truly had tired feet-sies, so we grabbed some gelato and sat on the wall of the Ponte Vecchio bridge and enjoyed people watching. This bridge is apparently very famous due to the Medicci family. We then ate again at the end of the day, of course to top off our trip. We enjoyed listening to jazz music from ...
... to need need them!!) The Duomo or the main church of Florence is ou next stop, the boys are more fascinated by a jack hammer in the street as I try to find the end of the line and soon realize we are not going to be going in... Gelato stop!!!! Chris chooses mixed berry and William chooses chocolate and they enjoy the ice cream, as we head back onto the street the line has gone down so we head inside the church only to be stopped because my ...
... our hostel to relax for a while. At 9.30 our hostel put on free sangria which we joined in on and met other people and played some card games before heading out with the hostel people to a local club. It was fun with good music but the Italian men are quite forward and rude and incredibly sleazy to put it bluntly (the Italian men in this club at least, hopefully not all are like ...
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