Cosmopolitan Concept Hotel
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... is lined with various jewelry shops but it was once used for butchers to sell their meat.
During the day and night, people perform in the middle of the Ponte Vecchio. I have found that the daytime performances are more theatrical and the nighttime performances are more musical. My flat mates and I can sit in our living room with the windows open and enjoy the nighttime musical performances from the Ponte Vecchio while looking over the Arno river. ...
... classes could prepare me for the vast expanse of ancient Roman ruin which was buried for centuries under layers of volcanic mud after the eruption of Vesuvius in 79AD. Well, it did to a certain extent but there are literally hundreds of little nooks and crannies with frescoes and statues or cooking pots and implements. We wandered for a total of 5 hours around the site, hiding in the scarce bits of shade where we could (it was hot!) and ducking under door frames to ...
... piazza, stopping to listen to a young vocalist with her accordion accompanist. It sounded so very perfect for a piazza in Italy! All around us were street vendors hawking their LED toys, which we thought were awfully fun and pretty despite being something we were not interested in purchasing. It was hard not to enjoy them too much, because any smile brought on the salesmen!
Walking home under the streetlights, with lots of merry ...
... run into in Cinque Terre and twice in Florence in the day). I think we'd have been pretty good friends if he wasn't so err, unchatty. His mum's a lot friendlier though. We found out that Mr Cowboy hat was a photographer and he was bringing his mum around on his travels, which we thought was really sweet. When we got off the bus (why do we even get off at the same stop), we shook hands ...
... Sundays does not begin until 1:30, we decided to move on to the Mercato Centrale, which is just a few blocks away.
The Mercato Centrale, which is located in a massive cast-iron and glass building dating back to 1874, has the look of a train station. Its entrances are partially obscured by the numerous stalls of the San Lorenzo flea-market vendors that line the streets outside, where crafts, leather, clothing, shoes, souvenirs, etc., are offered for sale. ...