Hotel Duomo Firenze
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- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... very productive morning we went and explored a bit more. We found an abandoned building and explored it. Was very interesting. We randomly bumped into the couple that had helped us when we first entered Venice and they invited us to join them at a really cool restaurant. We hung out with them for a bit, and really enjoyed their company. They were very lively and entertaining, but then it was time to go and meet up with the German girl. We collected our bags from ...
... the loud partiers and pesky mosquitos in their ears, they’d had a restless night. I’m not sure how I slept through it… perhaps it was due to my sleep apnea, which they’d been awake enough to diagnose.
We walked out of the apartment, still nervous to shut the door behind us (but we did). The gate was closed so we went to unlock it, but the key wouldn’t unlock it. Having unlocked it easily from the other side ...
... moved on. Unfortunately, the museums were closed on Sunday so we didn't see any today. But, we did walk down to the River, tooksome more photos, walked over the Ponte Viecche and walked back to the B&B for an early evening. I was so tired. Between bring stressed about the accommodations in Venice and the fact that I came down with a cold last night, didn't make today my best. I am glad Trotter dealt with the kids, so I could get some much needed ...
... dinner. Before that we were pretty much just cooking pasta. If you know me well enough you know I really can't cook anything. That was one of the eeasons I wanted to come to Italy. I knew it would force me to be more independent. I know I already gained a lot of independence from college but this is a whole new level. So far I think I'm handling it pretty well. I'm glad I have my roommate's help though. It's much easier going through this with a friend. Now the ...
... leaves of the trees.So much in so few days. My legs ache my head is spinning with the enormity of histoy and the passion of the Italians. They take life, death, black coffee and soccer very seriously.And its a learning curve. At the train stations I have seen crowds of people waiting. Stretching. yawning. waiting. I wondered what they are doing, until I become one of the wait-ees. Turns out the platform number for the train gets popped up ...