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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... br> After lunch, we went searching for a grocery store. We got directions from several people and got lost several times before we realized that we had gotten a sinestra (left) and a destra (right) mixed up. Once we learned our rights and lefts we found the store just fine. However, I did not mind getting lost at all. We found a bakery, a gellato shop, a few cafes, and about twenty different restaurants that I want to try. I love this city already and I can't wait to keep exploring!
... to once I get back home. Also in February, I took a day trip to Venice and a weekend trip to Switzerland. Both of these were incredible trips.
This past week I have just been relaxing, getting ready for my crazy month of March. By the time March is over, I will have been to Rome, Munich, Berlin, Brussels, Amsterdam, Paris and Barcelona. Also in March, my roommate and our friend from school are coming over ...
... the church of San Lorenzo as well as the church of Santa Maria Novella. Besides that I spent a good portion of time browsing the leather market. Midafternoon we met back up at the piazza and headed to the Uffizi as a class. It’s an incredibly massive museum with impressive works of art, however not one of my favorite places. One of the things I’ve learned this semester is that I can only really appreciate art when ...
We had the next day dedicated to florence. I want this blog to be honest, so I'll tell you we hated Florence. I mean the lookouts pretty but after being surrounded by so much natural beauty on this trip, it's hard to be excited about a place like this. There are a lot of gypsies and beggars and it's the first place I have not felt ...
... fortress-palace is amongst the most impressive in Tuscany. We walked past the Uffizi gallery (1560 - this world class art museum safe-guards the Medici families private art collection) and had to wait as they carefully removed a huge piece of art with a crane -obviously going somewhere else to be displayed. We ended at the Arno River and took some photos of the Ponte Vecchio before walking around ...