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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... other things...
-The "leather goods" sold on the streets are counterfeit and you, the customer, risks getting fined €3000 for buying something!
-There really aren't any blonde Italians, so I look pretty foreign and someone called me Shakira the other day.
-Getting lost and wandering is my favorite activity of the day.
-I walked 13 miles the other day.
-I've been cooking a sweet potato in my oven for two hours and it's still not ready.
... From there, we walked on to the Ponte Vecchio, Florence's famous bridge, spanning the beautiful, golden Arno river. The wonderful reflected Renaissance buildings, reflecting in the river were just so beautiful, causing a loss of words. Next our tour group explored a family-owned leather store named Peruzzi where we were given a demonstration on leather making. We purchased a leather credit card wallet for Mike at this shop. And then our ...
... Lira (1 euro) and headed to the local markets. Here were thousands of stores filled with spices, turkish delights, tea leaves, fabrics, jewellery, glass lanterns and Turkish rugs. We had found a very local part of the markets and slowly realised we were being stared at by every one. We then realised that we were some of the only women around and the few women that were in that part of town were wearing full birkas. ...
Rome has over 500 churches and I have seen only 50. What sort of catholic am I???? The Italians think tourists only want pasta, pizza and gelato!!! I do like all of the above but I am sure they could put their collective heads together and give us a few more options. The photos don't ...
... including a mini David. Some famous art gallery was open until midnight and as Amber was free she went in to use the toilet, only to find it was shut for cleaning. No public toilets in Florence either. Dragged ourselves back to the car around 11pm as it is still very warm. The car still nearly over heated going back up the hill but at least the fan kicked in.
Slept with the tent open again but the mosses have found us.