Hotel Raffaello Florence
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It was good we had moved inside, while we were tasting, it started to rain. Rain or no, it was time to move on to our next stop: lunch! We loaded up and headed to Panzano to eat at Dario Cecchini's butcher shop. (I moved to the front seat but still got carsick on this drive -- again, Dramamine - also if I had eaten more I might've been better. But I survived.) On the way to Dario's, Bernardo coached us on what to expect from Dario, the "crazy" butcher and ...
... I'll take rainy and kinda warm over snowing and freezing any day! Unfortunately, my roommate and I both packed for spring/summer weather so getting some cheap sweaters is first on our agenda.
After dropping our luggage off in our apartment, we ventured out into the Florence night in search of much needed food since we both had not eaten since late morning. Of course, we got lost in the light ...
... is pretty typical of us on the weekends. After hours of clubbing with the parents and the roommates we tried to find the
secret bakery, which was a fail, but we made it home around 4:30 am and I wasnt feeling to good after mixing margaritas at the restaurant, pregaming with wine in the apartment, beer at karaoke night, and Long Islands at Blue Velvet. Lets just say I will never mix all of that again in one night = Lesson learned the hard way.
... your youth. I've learned that these are the best years to travel, trust
me on that one! Spending time on your own without the comfort of your
family and friends will bring out new personality traits you never knew you had. Throughout your travels you will find out new things about yourself, what you like and what you don’t like. I have come such a long ways on what my eating lifestyle entails. I have started eating ...
... next morning and decided upon the idea that we will see the statue of David at he Academia. The travel books tell us to make sure you have reservations but we decided to try to see it anyways. After waiting 1.5 hours, we finally got to see the impressive statue of David. Darlene said he had big hands and big feet, but less than impressive endowments which made me feel better! The statue was a in fact a site to behold. We then ventured ...