Hotel San Marco
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... is nice, and it was free, it is fake leather. It did confirm my suspicion that some stands (although it is illegal and they can end up with a huge fine) do sell fake leather.
So in recap of the last two days I offer a guide to the leather market:
1. Go early - try to be their first sale of the day.
2. Price out items that are sold at many stands, find the lowest average price, go below it and find the guy that will make ...
... and started dragging me towards her. I went with her because I didn't want to say no but I looked back at my friends and they all looked scared. I stopped the mom and told her that her daughter was really upset and wouldn't want someone she didn't know trying to give her advice in a situation they knew nothing about. The mom knew I was right and then let me go, and proceeded to run after her daughter. Ethan still had her phone and none of us knew what to do, so we tried ...
Since we'd reserved seats on a bus tour of the Tuscan countryside today, both of us were awake before 6 o'clock. This marathon, 12-hour tour, which leaves from the train station at 8:15 each day, is billed as "The Best of Tuscany Tour" by the local operator ("Walkabout Florence"). We were a little leery about taking a 'group' tour of this nature because of the lack of flexibility, strict timetables, and the feeling of being with a herd of sheep. However, this was the best option ...
... English, explained where we were, showed us where points of interest are around the hotel, guided us to our amazing upgraded room, and presented our free bottle of wine and free open mini bar!
Starving, we walked down the Fiume Tevere and found an awesome place to eat. The staff were delightful, tutoring us on what Gnocchi is and how people in Rome typically consume Osso Bucco. The meals were mouth watering, the wine was delicious, and the desserts were exquisite!
... We ended up on the non-direct and we spent a couple hours confused and scared on this scary tram that we had no business on. It kept stopping and strange characters would get on and off. The view from our window was described by Sarah as District 12 from the Hunger Games. We were so confused because we thought we were headed to something beautiful but it definitely was not. Each stop seemed worse and we were definitely not in the good spots of Italy. We stuck our like sore thumbs ...