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... colourful Tuscan style ceramic home wares. There was also an awesome coffee shop and bakery selling the most mouthwatering goods, just near the town entrance, where Chris enjoyed a macchiato and I a hazelnut and chocolate concoction which was unbelievable. Peculiarly, throughout the town we saw various stuffed wild boars, and shops selling wild boar salamis and other produce. Um, no thanks. We then stopped for lunch and ...
... close by they didn't like the smell of it all day so they ordered they be replaced with goldsmiths.
This lead us to the fake statue of David. To see the real David involved lining up for hours and paying to get into a museum and then not even being allowed to take a picture of the real thing. So we thought the fake David was a better deal. Michelangelo's original David statue use to sit in the same spot as the fake David. It's a statue... It ...
... we got there we realised there was a lot of free parking. Whoops! Oh well, we got our exercise for the day! Up this hill is a replica of the Statue of David and a few other of his pieces. It was cool, but it wasn't the reason we went up there. There were amazing views of Florence from up there. Nothing but terra cotta colored roofs. Well worth out melting hot walk! Next, we headed to Galleria del Academia. This is where the real Statue of David lives. After driving ...
... there are only about one hundred and fifty in the world and they each study for ten years. They only work three hours per day as their senses aren't as effective after this amount of time smelling. They obviously get paid well as one of them has his Ferrari parked outside of the perfumery. Soon after leaving we cross the border into Italy. After a few more hours driving we reach the small city of Pisa. We are warned about the traders that will try and sell ...
... in Italy. Really sad to leave here. It's a beautiful place and has some amazing history. After dinner we met up with the group to get drinks and sing some kerioke. We had the best party on the bus on the way back to the camp! Everyone including our tour manager was up singing and dancing. We even stopped on a side road so our driver could join in for a song!! Such an amazing group of people, I'm really sad that our tour is almost ...