Hotel Home Florence
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... family members, and a greater sense of self. I love reading and I have fallen in love with keeping a blog, and I also enjoy my fair share of adult beverages, usually during happy hour with my friends. I love wandering and learning new things, and I'm really working on keeping my head up when I walk down the street instead of looking so ****** off. I think I'm figuring out a good balance!
So yes, by this point, I have definitely figured out that ...
... teacher to spend enough time with each student for us to get the next few steps to do, so a lot of our time is spent sitting around waiting for the teacher to have a free minute. Most people are getting frustrated and it would be much more productive if the teacher would get a helper. What I did get done was begun the basic top for the ...
... It is also served with a slice of orange and an olive. Tried some truffle oil and truffle paste at the food markets which was very yummy - bringing some of this home with us!
On our last day we went to the Galileo Museum which houses the collection of over five centuries of scientific instruments. This includes instruments used for astronomy, cartography and globes, surveying, and medicine (including ...
... the lake we made our way back and had another nice home cooked meal and just a quiet night before getting up at 5am the next day to fly to Croatia! So thats a fairly short summary of our time in Florence and Milan, because photos are probably better than words for both places to be honest! Next blog will be all about our time in Croatia... and I will give you a spoiler seeing as we have been here five days already... it is absolutely amazing here.. especially Dubrovnik!! Anyway.. Speak ...
... and of course, Chianti. Disgusted with the experience, we leave asap - Steve saves the day by guiding us to a piazza around the corner. It's bustling with people, with loads of little bars and outside tables, fairy lights in the trees and a festive atmosphere. We share a few glasses and are entertained by the increasingly bizarre dolls that passing salesmen try to sell us. Lindsey nails an impression of one of the dolls (might be a cat?) that dances without moving its ...